Sarah Green is a writer, editor and consultant with experience communicating with diverse audiences, from farmers to chefs to government officials. A graduate of the University of Kansas journalism school, she has written for local and national publications including The Hutchinson News, the KHI News Service and Saveur magazine. She is also a consultant to non-profit foundations, managing a broad portfolio of projects related to food access, communications, and civic involvement. From 2010 to 2013, she worked for the Kansas Department of Agriculture on local food, rural development, and legislative issues. She lives in Wichita but calls central Kansas home. 

Sarah Green

Sarah Green will be presenting the following on Friday:

9:00 a.m.  Telling the Story of Water in Kansas  with Sarah Green

Freelance journalist Sarah Green interviewed more than 50 Kansans during the course seven months for the Kansas Health Institute’s News Service series Telling the Story of Water in Kansas. The series explores water issues in four Kansas communities and regions, including how people access water, the economics of water and challenges of drinking it.

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