Anne E Sawyer

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20082022

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Anne is an Extension Educator in Water Resources, focusing on rural/agricultural watershed-based education for audiences including concerned citizens, local and regional planners, and water resource professionals. Anne earned her PhD in Soil Science from the University of Minnesota in 2017, where she studied nutrient management and microbiology in perennial grasses grown for bioenergy. She also has a BA in Geology from Carleton College and an MS in Watershed Science from Colorado State University. Her previous work experience includes Extension (horticulture), the National Weather Service (snow hydrology) and the National Park Service (resource interpretation).

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  • SDG 2 - Zero Hunger

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