Marketing: Domestic & International
Gene Huntington is a land planner with a focus on improving the quality of ecosystem services, his
accomplishments at Duke Farms Foundation are most noteworthy. Gene led the efforts that earned
the foundation (2) NJ Governor’s Awards for Environmental Excellence, a US EPA Environmental Quality
Award, and many other awards for leadership in improving water quality and other ecosystem services.
His quest for cutting edge enviro-technology has led to an award winning educational Eagle Cam that
has peaked 10 million viewers worldwide, created advances in wildlife management, eco-tourism,
mapping, thermal imaging and remote sensing.
Gene is a registered (Ecological) Landscape Architect from Pennsylvania with a BS in Landscape
Architecture from Penn State, an Accredited Professional for Leadership in Energy and Environmental
Design and also holds a certificate in Executive Level Nonprofit Management from Columbia’s School of
Business. His prior experience includes corporate campus environmental master planning. His
publications and speaking engagements center on developments in land stewardship. Gene is the New
Jersey Environmental Advisor to the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Stations Board of Managers,
and has recently served on advisory boards to Rutgers Hutcheson Memorial Forest and Rutgers