Amber Jamieson, Conservation Advocate

amberAmber attended Humboldt State University where she earned a degree in Natural Resource Policy Economics.  Through previous work with public agencies and private planning firms, she has worked on and applied many of the environmental, economic and community planning policies throughout the region.  Her love for the environment has evolved into a lifelong commitment to defend wild places facing the threats of modern development.  Amber is now the conservation advocate at EPIC, where she develops comments, uses the web, social networking and media tools to further the organization’s causes with a focus on water policy.

“It is important that the public understands how to protect the environment by participating in the democratic planning process, it is my job to raise awareness of environmental concerns we are faced with and encourage people to take action.”

When Amber is not working, she is exploring the beauty of the North Coast with her son.

Contact Amber at amber@wildcalifornia.org

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