Kendrick holds a B.S. in Environmental Science from Roanoke College and pursued his graduate work in Natural Resource Management at Lincoln University outside of Christchurch, New Zealand. His thesis examines a world-first water management strategy in the Canterbury region of New Zealand’s South Island that is based, in part, on watershed boundaries. At Western Reserve Land Conservancy, Kendrick works primarily to advance the organization’s strategy to protect essential natural endowments throughout eastern Ohio, entitled; Uncommon Ground for the Common Good. He also works with local partners to identify and protect land within and near the Tinker’s Creek watershed. Kendrick is also a published writer and photographer of all things outdoors. His work can be seen in American Angler, The Virginia Sportsman, New Zealand’s Adventure Magazine and other fine outdoor publications online and in print.