Rob Fletcher has been chasing lizards and frogs his whole life, and is happy to have found a way to do it professionally. He becaume involved in the Conservation Banking world in the mid-nineties, when “Conservation Bank” was a mysterious term and the whole mitigation business was a new idea. Now he is an expert in mitigation, having spearheaded the efforts to create all three of Fletcher Ranch Road Properties’s banks. He loves to fish, hunt, and listen to bluegrass.
Betsy Fletcher Kelly started learning about mitigation over family dinners while pursuing a career in a completely unrelated service field. In 2017, she decided the frogs and lizards sounded compelling enough to dip her toes into the mitigation business. Since then she’s been seining for CTS and counting AWS and making sure all the maintenance and monitoring tasks get done on time. When she’s not managing land, she likes to play guitar, run and bike with friends, and read to her little ones.
Joe DiDonato is a state- and federally-permitted wildlife biologist with 35 years of experience working with California's endangered species. He has been providing biological expertise to the Fletcher family since the very first conservation bank was an idea. He continues to be an integral part of conducting species surveys and implementing appropriate habitat management across the banks.