A member of EWG’s Government Affairs team, Logan Hollers focuses on a wide array of agricultural conservation programs related to the farm bill. He came to EWG from Bloomberg BNA, where he was a Legal Editor working on issues related to contaminated property transactions, Superfund liability, and the cleanup and redevelopment of brownfield sites. His career has been focused on environmental law and policy, including positions as a Communications Associate for the D.C. Chapter of the Sierra Club, General Counsel for a small nonprofit, and an associate with a renewable energy firm in San Francisco. Logan was born and raised on a ranch in rural South Dakota (Go Yotes!), and spends his time playing and coaching baseball, serving as a D.C. Sierra Club Board Member and keeping a finger on the pulse of D.C.’s dining scene. Logan received his J.D. with Honors and an emphasis in Natural Resources Law from the University of South Dakota School of Law and his LL.M. in Environmental Law from Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Ore.