The Kingston Land Trust Welcomes its Newest Board Director Renno Budziak of the Town of Ulster.

The Kingston Land Trust Welcomes its Newest Board Director Renno Budziak of the Town of Ulster.   Mr. Budziak’s involvement and expertise is a step in representing the Town of Ulster in the Kingston Land Trust’s efforts to protect and preserve land in their mission area.

Kingston, NY–   The Kingston Land Trust is proud to announce the addition of Renno Budziak of the Town of Ulster to their Board of Directors. Mr. Budziak immigrated to this country with his parents and two older brothers in 1952 and settled and grew up in Newburgh, N.Y. Like his brothers, he pursued an Engineering career and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Trine University. He worked on an MBA degree with a concentration on New Product Venture Management at Syracuse University. He was hired as a new product design engineer by Ingersoll-Rand and as a result of a productive and successful design career, he became Manager of Engineering and was responsible for all Engineering related aspects and functions. He was issued a number of U.S. and international patents associated with his new product designs. After a seventeen year career with Ingersoll-Rand, he was recruited by Huck International where he was Vice President of Engineering. He is now enjoying an active retirement.

Beyond his career oriented responsibilities, Renno was and continues to be involved with a number of community related activities, some of which include: Former Board member of Sayre-Athens, Pa. Joint Sewer Authority; Former Board Chairman of Junior Achievement, an operational business simulation for high school students; Founding member and former Co-President of Rondout Rowing Club; Former member and Chairman of the Town of Ulster Planning Board; Former member of the Town of Ulster Comprehensive Plan Implementation Committee; Current member of the Ulster County Planning Board and member of its Executive Committee and Task Force member of the Walkill Valley Rail Trail.

As the newest Board Director of the Kingston Land Trust, Renno is looking forward to collaboratively work with the Board in achieving the objectives of its stated mission and vision and thus through its actions, endeavor to improve the quality of life in our regional community.

For more information, please contact Rebecca Martin, Executive Director at 845/877-5263 or email


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