Sarah Stoner-Duncan

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Research Associate
(831) 771-4411

Sarah Stoner-Duncan joined CCWG in 2011 and is excited to be spending her days researching and hanging out in wetlands. She is a CRAM practitioner and journeyman trainer and assists with various other CCWG projects and tasks such as wetland assessments, grant writing, and graphic design. Previously, she spent several years working in the San Francisco Bay as part of a project studying the effects of mercury contamination on waterbirds.  She has also worked on conservation projects in Mauritius and Guatemala.  Sarah received her BA in Environmental Studies from UC Santa Cruz in 2004 and her MS in Environmental Studies from Antioch University New England in 2010, where she studied Conservation Biology and Environmental Education and how these two disciplines can intersect, meeting the goals of both conservation and education.  Besides wetland ecology, Sarah is interested in community based conservation, curriculum development, graphic design, living by the ocean, and visiting the mountains for amazing powder days.