Sarah Wood first began working for Wildlife Heritage Foundation in the Summer of 2017 as an intern. She was brought on full time as a Field Technician in January 2018. In December 2017, she obtained a B.S in Environmental Management and Protection with an emphasis in Natural Resource Planning from Humboldt State University (HSU). While attending HSU she worked for the university as Take Back the Tap Director for the Waste Reduction and Resource Awareness Program (WRRAP) doing education and outreach. Prior to attending HSU, she obtained an A.A in Communications from Sacramento City College in 2015. She spent two summers volunteering with the California Department of Water Resources doing water quality monitoring in the Sacramento River and San Pablo Bay. She is extremely passionate about land conservation and the environment. During her free time, she enjoys rock climbing, paddle boarding, backpacking, camping, and hiking with friends.