Sarah Fisher, a native Ohioan, grew up roaming the ravines of the Olentangy watershed with her family and dogs. After completing the GeoJourney program with Bowling Green State University, she traveled to study on farms in Missouri, California, Utah and Kentucky before returning to Ohio. Her experience in the environmental education field began in 2008 with Camp Oty’Okwa and inspired her to serve in Athens County as an AmeriCorps member from 2013-2105. Sarah joined Rural Action’s staff in 2016 as the Environmental Education Program Manager. She continues to be inspired by mammal tracking, drinking wild tea in the rain, children’s art and the works of Ora E. Anderson.