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Amanda Nims

Senior Conservation Project Manager, Program Director

Sangre de Cristo Acequia Association

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Sangre de Cristo Acequia Association

Background Information

Employment History

President

South Meadows Cemetery


Land Protection Specialist

The Nature Conservancy


Conservation Projects Coordinator

Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust


Affiliations

Historical Society of Greenfield

Board Member


Colorado Open Lands

Conservation Project Manager


Education

Bachelor's degree

Geography

UMass Amherst


MA

Greenfield Community College


associate's degree

Greenfield Community College


bachelor's degree

geography

University of Massachusetts


Web References(9 Total References)


Staff | Colorado Open Lands

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Amanda Nims
Senior Conservation Project Manager, Program Director, Sangre de Cristo Acequia Association Amanda joined Colorado Open Lands in 2010, after working as a Land Protection Specialist for The Nature Conservancy (RI).


Amanda Nims | Colorado Open Lands

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Amanda Nims
Senior Conservation Project Manager, Program Director, Sangre de Cristo Acequia Association Amanda joined Colorado Open Lands in 2010, after working as a Land Protection Specialist for The Nature Conservancy (RI) and a Conservation Projects Coordinator for the Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust (MA). Before this, Amanda was a Program Technician for the USDA's Farm Service Agency, working mainly with New England dairy farmers. Amanda grew up on her family's farm in Western Massachusetts, and has a deep love of land and the hard work required to take care of it. She holds a bachelor's degree in Geography from the UMass, Amherst, and an associate's degree from Greenfield Community College (MA).


Colorado Open Lands | About Us - Who We Are

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Amanda Nims, Conservation Project Manager
Amanda Nims joined Colorado Open Lands in 2010, after working as a Land Protection Specialist for The Nature Conservancy (RI) and a Conservation Projects Coordinator for the Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust. Before this, Amanda was a Program Technician for the USDA's Farm Service Agency. Amanda grew up on her family's farm in Western Massachusetts, and managed it before it changed hands in 2005. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Geography from the UMass Amherst, and an associate's degree from Greenfield Community College (MA), where she studied human ecology and environmental studies.


coloradoopenlands.org

Amanda Nims, Land Protection Specialist
Amanda Nims joined Colorado Open Lands in 2010, after working as a Land Protection Specialist for The Nature Conservancy (RI) and a Conservation Projects Coordinator for the Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust. Before this, Amanda was a Program Technician for the USDA's Farm Service Agency. Amanda grew up on her family's farm in Western Massachusetts, and managed it before it changed hands in 2005. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Geography from the UMass Amherst, and an associate's degree from Greenfield Community College (MA), where she studied human ecology and environmental studies.


Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust

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Amanda Nims Program Assistant..........................Amanda Nims, Program Assistant, joined the staff of Mount Grace in 2004.Having grown up on land that her family has inhabited for hundreds of years, Amanda has a deep connection to the natural resources and cultural landscape of Western Massachusetts.Before coming to Mount Grace, Amanda was employed by the USDA's Farm Service Agency as a Program Technician where she was responsible for administering federal farm bill programs and mapping county farmlands with GIS.She also managed her family's Christmas Tree Farm before the farm changed hands.Amanda's volunteer efforts have included working to protect a historic section of Greenfield known as the Greenfield Meadows by leading a political campaign to preserve its prime and historic farmland, and by spearheading an effort to see the Meadows recognized as a National Historic District.She has sat on the board of the Historical Society of Greenfield, and is currently the President of the South Meadows Cemetery.In her position at Mount Grace, Amanda manages general administration, and assists the Land Protection, Stewardship and Development departments, as well as the North Quabbin Regional Landscape Partnership.Last year Amanda was chosen to attend the Conservation Leadership Program 2006 in San Diego.Amanda holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, where she studied geography, and an associate's degree from Greenfield Community College, where she studied human ecology and environmental studies.


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