RESEARCH ASSOCIATE/ ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST
Sabine Postma is an environmental scientist with a master’s degree in environmental science and policy. With her background in zoology and environmental studies, her expertise and interest lie in wildlife conservation and policy. Her recent focus has centered around habitat connectivity, rewilding, and natural resource management. She is also interested in climate change adaptation and mitigation using nature-based solutions. Sabine enjoys working on projects that include community involvement and wildlife conservation policy.
She earned a master’s degree in environmental science and policy from Clark University and received
her bachelor’s degree in zoology from California State Polytechnic University, Humboldt.
15807 NE 199th Street
Battle Ground, WA 98604
Areas of focus
wildlife conservation policy
natural resource management strategies
ecosystem service valuation
community engagement and facilitation