Bylaws are drafted by the Environmental Fund’s founders (directors) under the legal framework. They set the structure and define the unique individual operating procedures of the Environmental Fund. The bylaws regulate the organization by providing details about how it will be structured, how Board members will be selected, how decisions will be made, and how officers will be named. The Rapid Review of Conservation Trust Funds provides insights into best practices on Board development, especially managing the difficult balance between alignment with government priorities and independent Boards.