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Sarah Parmar

2013 Water Leaders Alum

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Sarah works as Land and Water Protection Specialist for Colorado Open Lands, a statewide conservation organization committed to preserving Colorado’s natural heritage. She also works with the Sangre de Cristo Acequia Association, an irrigator group in the San Luis Valley, where she serves as their Program Director, managing their water rights legal assistance program in partnership with the University of Colorado School of Law. Sarah has a passion for restoring and enhancing the connection between people and place that stems from her background growing up as the sixth generation on a family cattle ranch in Arizona. She currently serves as President of the Board of Directors of Revision, a local foods and community development organization and volunteers as a mentor with the Bridge Project in Denver. When she is not on a Colorado trail, Sarah is trying not to burn down the kitchen.

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1750 Humboldt Street, Suite 200
Denver, CO 80218