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The Influence of Idaho Watersheds Project on BLM
Martha Hahn traces her love for the outdoors to her childhood fishing trips with her grandfather in addition to summers spent at her grandparents’ high desert California home. She furthered her interest in the natural world by attending
Utah State University
(USU) where she earned a bachelor of science degree in forestry and outdoor recreation. Then as a cooperative education student with the
Bureau of Land Management
(BLM), she earned a master of science degree in outdoor recreation behavior, also at USU. Ms. Hahn spent twenty-six years working in natural resources management with BLM,
Grand Canyon Trust.
Her career at BLM included four years as the Colorado associate state director and seven years as Idaho state director. Since leaving the federal government in 2002, Ms. Hahn has operated her own consulting business,
The Sage Project,
which is dedicated to professional coaching and teaching leadership skills.