Sarah Parmar

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Sarah has spent over 13 years at Colorado Open Lands and leads COL’s private land conservation work. Sarah came to COL from Arizona where she completed her M.S. in Agricultural & Resource Economics, conducting research on land and wildlife issues, especially on the law of conservation easements. Her passion for Western land conservation stems from her background growing up as the fifth generation on a cattle ranch in Southeastern Arizona, where her parents and their ranching community established the Malpai Borderlands Group, a collaborative conservation organization. Sarah is past President of the Board of Directors of Re:Vision, a Denver-based food system nonprofit, she is a former board member of the Colorado Watershed Assembly, an alumnus of the Colorado Water Leaders Program, and is current Chair of the Colorado Conservation Easement Oversight Commission. In her free time, she loves hiking with her son, working on her Spanish, and trying to grow food in her backyard.

Plenary & Virtual Workshop

Water and Drought Plenary Panel

Land Conservation for a Changing Water Climate Workshop