Sarah Farnsworth

State Fellow

Sarah Farnsworth graduated with a Master of Science degree in Environmental Policy and Management from the University of California, Davis in 2020. She completed a specialization in marine resource management and focused on work regarding climate change impacts and resilience.

Sarah has worked with a variety of management organizations, such as the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, The Nature Conservancy, and the Sacramento Area Council of Governments, and hopes to pursue a career in environmental conservation and management that incorporates related education and environmental justice efforts.

Sarah will now be working as a California Sea Grant State Fellow with the Planning and Performance Division of the Delta Stewardship Council on projects relating to the Delta Plan and climate resilience and adaptation through the Delta Adapts initiative.

Sarah Farnsworth graduated with a Master of Science degree in Environmental Policy and Management from the University of California, Davis in 2020. She completed a specialization in marine resource management and focused on work regarding climate change impacts and resilience.

Sarah has worked with a variety of management organizations, such as the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, The Nature Conservancy, and the Sacramento Area Council of Governments, and hopes to pursue a career in environmental conservation and management that incorporates related education and environmental justice efforts.

Sarah will now be working as a California Sea Grant State Fellow with the Planning and Performance Division of the Delta Stewardship Council on projects relating to the Delta Plan and climate resilience and adaptation through the Delta Adapts initiative.