Greg Remaud is Deputy Director for NY/NJ Baykeeper. For nearly two decades he has been a strong advocate for the preservation of the Meadowlands and open space in other densely developed areas in northeast New Jersey. Along with the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission, Remaud helped draft the conceptual plan and legislation to create the Meadowlands Conservation Trust.
Remaud is the primary acquisition site coordinator for the Harbor Estuary Program priority sites in New Jersey. He has led and partnered in numerous land acquisitions and restorations in the Hudson-Raritan Estuary Region. These include successful projects in the Meadowlands, at Hudson County’s Lincoln and Laurel Hill Parks, at Cheesequake State Park and Dismal Swamp in Middlesex County and along Monmouth County Bayshore.
Remaud served as president of the Liberty State Park Conservancy for five years and sits on the Liberty State Park Citizens Advisory Committee. He also serves on numerous non-profit conservation organization advisory boards.
He is a Leadership New Jersey Fellow (2011), has a Bachelors degree in History from Trenton State College, and a Master’s degree in Geography/Environmental Management from Rutger’s University.