Steve enjoyed a remarkable career in parks and recreation management and retired from the public sector in 2016. He has served as the executive director for three of the largest regional park districts in Ohio and is currently on the board of trustees for several local, state, and national conservation organizations. Steve has considerable experience with public sector administration, management and problem-solving. He has extensive experience with land acquisition, policy development, project and resource management, wetland restoration, long-range planning, and facility development. More information is available on request.
Steve Madewell has been involved with many facets of conservation and parks and recreation. The following are a small sample of the many projects on which he made a significant contribution. To learn more about his role in planning, funding, and/or managing these projects, contact him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
A spectacular administrative headquarters and visitor center. The previous park offices were in a house trailer.
Originally the building had been a hay/horse barn, converted into an office, finally renovated into a Nature Center.
Several parcels owned by three separate developers were ultimately purchase by Lake Metroparks and preserved as this remarkable lake front property.
The ELC was developed as an educational/visitor center. It was designed for preschool to adults, with supporting amenities for K-college experiences.
A remarkable wetland restoration. One of the largest in the Great Lakes
Opened in 2015 at the actual location of the battle, in collaboration with several organizations including the National Park Service and The Fallen Timbers Battle Field Commission.