Sarah joined NPCA in 2012 as the Glacier Field Representative in Whitefish, Montana. Her work is focused in and around Glacier National Park with an emphasis on community organizing throughout the Crown of the Continent.

Sarah came to NPCA from the Montana Wilderness Association where she worked to protect quiet trails and wild places throughout northwest Montana. Sarah has lived and worked in the Flathead Valley for many years and brings local knowledge of the people and the land to her work. Prior to living in Montana, Sarah spent time in the desert Southwest, graduating with her B.S. from Utah State University in 2003 and then working for the Sierra Club as a community organizer in Albuquerque, NM.

In her years in the Flathead Valley, Sarah has become involved in the community. She serves on the board of the local dog park, organizes ultimate Frisbee, plays hockey at the Stumptown Ice Den, and serves on the Ice Rink Advisory Committee. Sarah enjoys all forms of outdoor activity, cooking delicious food, and hanging out with her dogs.

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