As programs director for Western Landowners Alliance, Hallie manages people and strategy to support private stewardship across the West. Prior to joining the WLA team in 2014, she worked as an environmental professional at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where she handled compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and Endangered Species Act (ESA), collaborated on the site-wide sustainability plan, and banded birds for biological resources monitoring. She holds a B.A. in Environmental Science from the University of Denver and a M.A. in International Environmental Policy from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. In conjunction with her academic studies and early career in the non-profit sector, she worked on many natural resources management and sustainable development projects in the American West and Central and South America.
Hallie currently serves on the advisory board of CSU’s Center for Collaborative Conservation and as vice president on the board of directors for the Central Colorado Conservancy. In her free time, she enjoys mountain biking, skiing, paddling and skiing with her husband and two children.
Stories by Hallie Mahowald
Monthly digest of news and opportunities on working lands, water and wildlife.
This is the third in a series of question and answer sessions focused on succession planning between Western Landowners Alliance stewardship services director Hallie Mahowald and Howard Weiss, family office…
News and opportunities on working lands, water and wildlife Working Lands Economics Ecosystem Market Credits: Potential purchases of U.S. ecosystem credits from agriculture could be as high as $13.9 billion…