Southern Fauquier and Culpeper County Land Conservation Officer
Central Warrenton Office
(540) 347-2334 ext. 7065
Maggi is a native of Fauquier County where she grew up on Wildcat Mountain, surrounded by hundreds of acres of farmland and forestland under permanent conservation easement. Her surroundings inspired her to pursue land-use and planning issues and she graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a BA in Geography and Urban and Regional Studies from the L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs.
She worked for the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation’s Natural Heritage Program performing environmental review before first joining the PEC in 2008 as the Land Conservation and Stewardship Coordinator. Maggi worked for PEC in this capacity until she left for graduate school to pursue a MA in Community Development and Planning from Clark University’s School of International Development, Community, and the Environment in 2011.
After completing her master's, Maggi returned to PEC in April 2013 as the Southern Fauquier and Culpeper Land Conservation Officer, where she works with landowners, counties, and conservation organizations to protect critical land and resources in the region.
Orange and Madison County Conservation Officer
(540) 347-2334 x. 7062 (office)
(540) 395-2911 (cell)
Peter Hujik joined the Piedmont Environmental Council in November 2012. Prior to joining PEC, Peter led the conservation efforts of Otsego Land Trust in the headwaters of the Susquehanna River in Central New York. Peter began his conservation career with The Nature Conservancy in northern California, where he managed grasslands and restored stream-side forests in the Lassen Foothills.
Peter received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dartmouth College in New Hampshire and a M.S. degree in plant ecology from the University of Wisconsin--Madison.
PEC Orange County Office Address:
11395 Constitution Highway
PO Box 195
Montpelier Station, VA 22957