George Saltonstall Mumford IV, LLC (Registered and Incorporated in Colorado)
George grew-up in Dover, Massachusetts attending Charles River School, Noble & Greenough, MassBay Community College, and helicopter flight school, while also briefly working as an animal control and special police officer for Natick, Massachusetts. In 1982, he also volunteered with the Massachusetts County Mounted Patrol in Quincy, where he was an apprentice horseback riding instructor, and, a motorcycle instructor. In 1984, he moved to Laramie, Wyoming, with a horse in tow, to attend the University of Wyoming, which included an internship with the Law Enforcement Division of the U.S. Forest Service, and, an internship with Albany County, Wyoming Sheriff’s Office. In 1987, George moved to Fort Collins, Colorado to do his Master’s degree at Colorado State University, where he also attended the Colorado Law Enforcement Training Academy while working part-time for the Larimer County, Colorado Sheriff’s Department. In 1991, George commuted from Fort Collins to attend the University of Wyoming’s College of Law. In the meantime, his two daughters were both born in Colorado. In 1999, George moved back to his home on Pegan Hill in Dover, again bringing along with him, his two horses “Dusty” and “Sparky” (his miniature horse).
Since returning from Colorado, George has worked in various law firms in Chestnut Hill, Brockton, South Natick, and Framingham, while also working as a manager at REI in Framingham from 2000 to 2003, and, a brief stint on the Island of St. Kitts studying the country’s ecosystem. In 2004, George’s oldest daughter came from Switzerland to live with George in Dover where she attended Dover/Sherborn’s Middle and High Schools. She eventually moved back to Geneva to finish high school with her sister at Ecole Internationale de Geneve. Currently, George’s oldest daughter is working for the International Union for the Conservation of Nature in Bangkok, Thailand, having since graduated from American University in Washington D.C. George’s youngest daughter was just recently sworn-in as a Swiss citizen, and, is a recent graduate of the Royal Holloway University of London. Both daughters are highly experienced skiers and horse riders.
George is the captain of a ski racing team at Wachusett, after spending two years as the Head Coach for the Needham High School Ski Team. George recently served on the Advisory Board for the Broadmoor Sanctuary of the Massachusetts Audubon Society, and, over the years the Mumford family has been very involved with the conservation efforts of many other organizations, including the Mirimachi Salmon Association; the Charles River Watershed Association; The Trustees of Reservations; and, The New England Forestry Foundation. The “Mumford Wildlife Forest” is now part of a 100-acre reservation of conserved land in Dover and Natick. The Pegan Hill Reservation was once 50 acres of George’s grandparents’ farm and forest, where he lived for most of his life. Now, through the conservation efforts of the various organizations mentioned, Pegan Hill is one of the most beautiful parcels in New England, with wetlands, rolling fields, and spectacular 60-mile vistas!
Licenses and Education
Colorado State Bar (2020) New Hampshire State Bar (2008) Massachusetts State Bar (1999)
Real Estate Broker - Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and, New Hampshire
MASTER of SCIENCE in ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE degree candidate; 2021
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
FACULTY/TEACHING ASSISTANT; 2018-2021 Wetlands Science & Policy - Harvard University Extension School, Cambridge, Massachusetts Geologic Materials of Art - Massachusetts School of Art & Design, Boston, Massachusetts
GRADUATE CERTIFICATE in NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT and SUSTAINABLE ECOSYSTEMS; 2017
Harvard University; Cambridge, Massachusetts
DIVORCE & CHILD CUSTODY MEDIATION, certificate; 1996
ADR; Boulder, Colorado
JURIS DOCTOR; 1995
Environmental & Property Law
University of Wyoming College of Law; Laramie, Wyoming
MASTER of ARTS in POLITICAL SCIENCE; 1991
Thesis: “Comparative Analysis of Animal Cruelty Laws”
Colorado State University; Fort Collins, Colorado
Supporting Ph.D. coursework; University of Colorado; Denver, Colorado
BACHELOR of SCIENCE in EQUINE SCIENCES; 1991
Colorado State University; Fort Collins, Colorado
Supporting coursework in the ANNUAL EQUINE LAW CONFERENCES
University of Kentucky; Lexington, Kentucky
COLORADO LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING ACADEMY, Certificate; 1989
BACHELOR of SCIENCE in ADMINISTRATION of JUSTICE; 1987
Supporting coursework in Wildlife Management and Biology
University of Wyoming; Laramie, Wyoming
ASSOCIATE of SCIENCE in LAW ENFORCEMENT, with Honors; 1985
Massachusetts Bay Community College; Wellesley, Massachusetts
- Charles River School Outdoor Wetlands Laboratory. The MECCW Foundation, Inc. & The Mumford Family.
- Pennsylvania Wolf Sanctuary Adopt-A-Wolf program. In loving memory of Maureen Elise Calkins, Esq.
- Broadmoor Sanctuary of the Massachusetts Audubon Society
- The Trustees of Reservations
- Charles River Watershed Association
- Atlantic White Shark Conservancy. A shark named in memory of Robert L. Mumford.
- Mirimachi Salmon Association, Life Member
- Norfolk Hunt Club