Sarah is an ecologist-turned-freelance writer specializing in the outdoors, environmental education, and advocacy. Her fifteen years working for environmental agencies (including Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Bureau of Land Management) gives her a unique voice when covering our current outdoor news climate. When she isn’t in front of her computer gathering bylines, she’s out on the trails chasing after her adventurous and curious 3-year old son.
Representative Joe Neguse’s proposal to create a national workforce dedicated to the management of natural ecosystems drew inspiration from President Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal. But it also aims to remedy some of the problems FDR’s program created.