Sarah Ludlow is a former conservation science coordinator-GIS with the Nature Conservancy of Canada in Saskatchewan.
She has a masters of science in biology from the University of Regina. Her thesis investigated the effects of oil and gas development on prairie birds. Following her graduate degree, Sarah worked for Canadian Wildlife Service and Parks Canada on projects related to the conservation of grassland songbird species at risk. Sarah loves the Prairies and is passionate about the conservation of this unique habitat.
In her spare time, Sarah enjoys birding, hiking, reading and bellydancing.