Freshwater Conservation Project Manager
Sierra Harris is a native Montanan and has been working in the Natural Resources field for over 20 years. Sierra joined TNC in March 2015 and works as the Freshwater Conservation Project Manager in Montana. Prior to working for the Nature Conservancy, she worked for three and a half years as the coordinator for the Greater Gallatin Watershed Council. This position allowed her to work closely with state and local partners on watershed restoration projects, stream monitoring, water quality education and public outreach. For the past five years, Sierra has also been an active volunteer with the Gallatin Stream Team, a local water quality monitoring program. Prior to working in Montana, Sierra worked throughout California as an ecologist for the Natural Resources Conservation Service and the Conservation Biology Institute. Other work experience includes; groundwater monitoring, grant writing, project management, and supervising three Big Sky Watershed Corps members. When not working, you can find Sierra and her family hiking, camping, gardening or herding chickens.