Logan Stenger

Project Manager

Logan Stenger serves as the project manager for the Chesapeake Conservancy’s Pennsylvania restoration team. In this role, Stenger develops and implements grants and projects to support the Conservancy’s water quality and habitat restoration work with various partners throughout central Pennsylvania. Most recently, Stenger worked as a watershed specialist for the Huntingdon County Conservation District where he coordinated stream restoration projects, water quality assessments and environmental education programs. He is a certified benthic macroinvertebrate taxonomist and specializes in assessing aquatic invertebrate communities to monitor water quality in streams and rivers.

Stenger is a graduate of Juniata College with a bachelor’s degree in environmental science and has a master’s degree in entomology from The Pennsylvania State University. As a central Pennsylvania native, Stenger enjoys spending time outdoors and is particularly passionate about hunting, trapping, and fly-fishing. Stenger resides in Tyrone, Pa., with his wife Francesca and their two cats, Fish and Ion.