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How to understand human values, attitudes, norms, and behaviors associated with conservation action and water resource protection.
Sarah Roth is a Research & Extension Coordinator with the University of Minnesota’s Water Resources Center where she leads several grant programs including WINS and USGS/NIWR funded programs. She is also a social scientist and leads several research projects about human attitudes, values, and decision making around conservation. Most recently her work has focused on community-centered water research aimed at achieving more just and equitable water management, science, and policy. Prior to joining the Center, Sarah worked as a researcher with the Center for Changing Landscapes here at the University of Minnesota. She also spent several years as an education specialist at a metro watershed district. Sarah has a BS in Environmental Policy & Administration from North Carolina State University and an MS in Natural Resource Science & Management from the University of Minnesota.