Clean Water Program Manager
Carrie Sanneman is Willamette Partnership’s Clean Water Program Manager, lead on green infrastructure for water, and an expert in market- and incentive-based approaches to conservation. Her career has revolved around conservation and restoration- the laws and policies that drive resource management, the tools to evaluate and communicate the benefits nature provides, options for funding and financing that work, and the realities of moving dirt and planting plants. Carrie manages the Ecosystem Credit Accounting System, which can be used to generate compliance-grade credits from high quality restoration projects. Carrie is also a lead and co-facilitator for local, regional, and national processes to engage stakeholders around building cost-effective, multi-benefit, nature-based solutions to cleaner water. Carrie holds an interdisciplinary Master’s degree in Environmental Science and Management from UC Santa Barbara’s Bren School and Bachelors of Science in Biology and Environmental Studies from Iowa State University.
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