The Lands Council: Kat Hall and Amanda Parrish
The Lands Council: Kat Hall and Amanda Parrish The Lands Council preserves and revitalizes Inland Northwest forests, water, and wildlife through advocacy, education, effective action, and community engagement. Kat Hall: Kat is The Lands Council’s Conservation Programs Director. She manages the organization’s Urban Ecology program, which features projects such as tree planting and restoration, urban forestry, environmental education, Spokane River toxics and healthy homes outreach, Complete Streets, low impact development (LID), and blood lead testing of at-risk kids. Kat has a B.S. in Natural Resources and a Master’s in Environmental Management. Amanda Parrish: After studying in the biodiverse ecosystems of Ecuador, Amanda completed her undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies at the University of San Francisco, California. She relocated to the Inland Northwest to work in forest monitoring with the Coeur d'Alene Tribe. In 2009 she served The Lands Council as an AmeriCorps member and is thrilled to continue working at TLC revitalizing the Inland Northwest through beaver restoration. Visit www.landscouncil.org
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