CARP hires new executive director

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Sarah Vascotto joining river protection group

Sarah Vascotto will be joining the Clean Annapolis River Project as its executive director.

Clean Annapolis River Project has hired a new executive director. The CARP board said today that Sarah Vascotto will be joining the organization. 

Hailing from North River, Prince Edward Island, Sarah has spent her life in the outdoors across Canada specializing in understanding the complexities of the natural world. Sarah brings with her over 15 years of experience in the environment and natural resource management sectors. 

Since earning her Bachelor's and Master’s degrees in biology at the University of Prince Edward Island she has worked for a wide range of organizations across the country including academic, consulting, government, and non-government agencies, CARP said.  

As both a professional and an avid outdoor enthusiast, Sarah has become adept at viewing the world in a very special light and understanding the interconnection between natural and human influences on environment and ecology.

Working closely with staff, board members, volunteers, and partnering organizations, Sarah looks forward to contributing to the ecological health of the Annapolis River watershed and advancing the vision of the Clean Annapolis River Project.

About Clean Annapolis River Project

Clean Annapolis River Project is an environmental NGO that operates throughout the Annapolis River Watershed, with an office in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. Their mission is to enhance the ecological health of the Annapolis River watershed through science, leadership and community engagement. For more information visit www.annapolisriver.ca

Organizations: CARP board, University of Prince Edward Island, Annapolis Royal

Geographic location: Annapolis River, North River, Prince Edward Island Canada Nova Scotia

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