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Sarah Gillman Whitney

Co-op Coordinator, Water Conservation and Watershed Science Technician Programs

Lane Community College

HQ Phone:  (541) 463-3000

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Lane Community College

4000 E 30Th Ave

Eugene, Oregon,97405

United States

Company Description

The Lane Literary Guild has supported the literary arts since 1984. The Guild: sponsors the Windfall Reading Series and other local literary events offers workshops/critique groups to members publishes the Lane Literary Guild blog, which features articles on... more

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Employment History

Urban Restoration and Stormwater Specialist and Urban Waters and Watershed Program Manager

Long Tom Watershed Council


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Sarah joined LTWC in July, 2014 and has built the Amazon Creek Initiative into a broader Urban Water & Wildlife Program. Sarah brings unique skills to the Council in urban watershed management including 17 years of experience in designing, implementing and maintaining low impact development strategies, rainwater harvesting, and green infrastructure. Previous to this positon Sarah taught in the Water conservation program at Lane Community College and was the lead designer and cofounder at Habitats, Inc., a landscape design firm that accomplished the first green roof in Eugene. Sarah has degrees in Landscape Architecture from University of Oregon, and a Fine Arts management (University of Long Island at Southampton). She is a Registered Landscape Architect as well as a certified Sustainable Building Advisor. She enjoys spending time with her husband and son in the outdoors, growing her own food and making baskets. Sarah Whitney Sarah Whitney


Oregon Higher Education Sustainability Conference

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Sarah Whitney Sarah has been the principle instructor in the Water Conservation Technician program for 3 years. Last year, Sarah was the project lead on the development of the Watershed Science Technician Program and is the recipient of an LCC R&D grant to evaluate the feasibility of creating an LID overlay over the LCC main campus which could greatly further the use of the campus as a learning laboratory. Prior to LCC, Sarah was the principle landscape designer at Habitats, a design build firm focusing on sustainable design and construction of homes, landscapes and ecological restoration. Sarah continues her design practice through Terraculture.


Oregon Higher Education Sustainability Conference

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Sarah Whitney | Lane Community College
Sarah Whitney Sarah has been the principle instructor in the Water Conservation Technician program for 3 years. Last year, Sarah was the project lead on the development of the Watershed Science Technician Program and is the recipient of an LCC R&D grant to evaluate the feasibility of creating an LID overlay over the LCC main campus which could greatly further the use of the campus as a learning laboratory. Prior to LCC, Sarah was the principle landscape designer at Habitats, a design build firm focusing on sustainable design and construction of homes, landscapes and ecological restoration. Sarah continues her design practice through Terraculture.


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