The Conserve Lake County Board of Directors has named Sarah Surroz as its new executive director. Surroz has worked on land and water conservation projects in Lake County since 1985 and has been with Conserve Lake County since 2005.
“Sarah has an excellent grasp of Lake County’s land and water conservation issues and is well positioned to lead the growing number of people who are joining with us to help protect this region’s outstanding quality of life,” said Gary Mitchiner, Conserve Lake County Board Chair. “We’re excited about both her vision and skill set.”
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