Scott Kleinrock is the Conservation Programs Manager for the Chino Basin Water Conservation District. A sustainable landscape advocate, educator, designer, and horticulturist, he is passionate about the multiple-benefits of regionally adapted landscapes and land planning. Scott holds a master’s degree in landscape architecture from Cal Poly Pomona and a bachelor’s in communications studies from UCLA. Prior to joining CBWCD, Scott was the Landscape Design and Planning Coordinator for the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino where he led the planting design of the Brody California Garden, a 6.5 acre Mediterranean and California native landscape.
While not at work, he enjoys hiking in the local mountains and spending time in his garden surrounded by native plants, fruit trees, and life they bring to the yard – except the squirrels.