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Abbey Warner

Master of Environmental Management 2021
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Abbey Warner is a Master of Environmental Management candidate at the Yale School of the Environment (YSE), where she studies freshwater management, sustainable agriculture, international development, and environmental justice. She is a student coordinator for the Water Learning Community at YSE and a leader of the Fresh & Salty student interest group. At CBEY, she is a Regenerative Agriculture Initiative research associate on the project “Supporting Community-Driven Soil Health Policy at the State Level.” Previously, Abbey engaged international stakeholders and developed reports on issues of water access and corporate water stewardship at the Pacific Institute. Prior to that, her jobs included harvesting beets - and other crops - on a family farm in Missoula, Montana; restoring salt ponds to wetland habitat in the San Francisco Bay Area; and capturing lizards on the dunes of White Sands National Park, New Mexico for ecological research. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Conservation and Resource Studies from the University of California, Berkeley. In her free time, Abbey enjoys watercolor painting, farmers markets, and plant identification during hikes.