Christy Fischer is a native of California's Central Coast with a passion for exploring and protecting wild places. She is the conservation director for the Northern California Coastal Region at the Trust for Public Land, where she works to integrate biodiversity, equitable access and climate conservation across her portfolio. Prior to this work, Christy served as executive director for the Santa Lucia Conservancy in Carmel California for nearly a decade, and spent eleven years with The Nature Conservancy in the Monterey Bay region, where she received state and national awards for working with farming interests to permanently protect over 23,000 acres of habitat and ensure federal agricultural policies protect biodiversity. She holds a bachelor's degree in environmental studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and is an alumna of the California Agricultural Leadership Program, a two-year fellowship.
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- B12: Integrating Multi-Scale Climate Objectives into a Community-Centered Conservation Vision for 30×30
September 08, 2023
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM