Jeff Woodman

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Jeff Woodman, "of Bellaire, Texas, recently retired from his career in energy and commodities trading. Most recently, while employed at Vitol, Inc. in Houston, Mr. Woodman was responsible for managing price exposures of an oil refinery and managed a trading position. Prior to working for Vitol, Inc., Mr. Woodman worked for several other commodities trading companies based in Texas, Connecticut, and New York. Since retiring, Mr. Woodman is pursuing his interest in learning more about conservation. In June 2005, he purchased 70 acres of farmland bordering USFW property in Rangerville, TX to restore native habitat. In October 2006, he planted 10,000 various native tree and plant seedlings with help from Environmental Defense Fund. Mr. Woodman is a member of Houston Audubon, where he helped with the Bolivar Flats and Columbia Bottomlands purchases. He is also a member of the American Birding Association, the Texas Ornithological Society, the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, Valley Nature Center, Frontera Audubon, and the Galveston-Houston Association for Smog Prevention." [1]

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  1. Jeff Woodman, American Bird Conservancy, accessed June 5, 2009.