Sarah Hall resides in the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania and earned a bachelor's in biology with minors in chemistry and environmental science at Millersville University. She is the director of forestry for the Family Forest Carbon Program at the American Forest Foundation and manages a team of staff foresters, consulting foresters and all things forestry-related throughout the United States. Sarah is a legislatively appointed member of the Pennsylvania Conservation and Natural Resources Advisory Council, board member of Forests for Monarchs and a former member of the Hardwoods Development Council and the Pennsylvania Sustainable Forestry Initiative Implementation Committee. In her spare time she enjoys fly fishing, doing river clean-ups, gardening and spending time outdoors with family and friends.
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- A01: Launching New England Climate Smart Forest Partnership Project
September 08, 2023
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM