Sarah Parmar is the director of conservation for Colorado Open Lands . Sarah leads COL’s conservation team and ensures the organization’s efforts achieve significant impact statewide. Sarah completed her master's in agricultural and resource economics, with a focus on legal issues in conservation. Her passion for Western land protection 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.
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- A09. Through the Looking Glass and Back with Syndicated Conservation Easements: Halting Abuse and Managing the Ugly Legacy (CLE)
October 05, 2021
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM