Sue Higgins comes to us with a 30-year background in water resources management and policy in Montana and internationally. She cut her teeth as water planner for the State of Montana and most recently finished eight years of program management with The Tributary Fund where she facilitated research activities, leadership exchanges and species protection planning in Mongolia, Bhutan and Montana. On the fish disease end of things, Sue was Administrator of the Whirling Disease Foundation, helping to fund scientific collaboration on this pervasive salmonid disease. A trained facilitator, Sue has been actively engaged in water education as well and has authored guides for practitioners, educators and landowners on topics such as wetlands management, streambank stabilization, and river basin protection. Sue is the producer of a handbook and documentary film with the same title: “Headwaters to a Continent.” Sue holds degrees in biology and natural resources management and enjoys the work she gets to do to bring global awareness to taimen protection.
Email Sue: firstname.lastname@example.org