Sarah has been helping to protect the quality of life in Lake County for over 25 years. She has played a key role in passing four Lake County open space referendums and helped to craft land use plans that now impact thousands of acres. Sarah has been with Conserve Lake County since 2005 and previously worked 13 years for the Lake County Forest Preserve District and two years for the Lakes Management Unit of the Lake County Health Department. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Natural Resource Management and Biology from the University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point. Sarah’s work includes serving on the Advisory Committee of Lake County’s new Green Infrastructure Model and Strategy, which will guide and support regional, local and site planning by agencies, corporations and citizens.