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Land Trust Names New Development Director


Master Gardener and 20-year nonprofit executive Carrie Mullen went from being a kid transplanting wild yarrow in her parents’ yard to graduating with an MA in government and foreign affairs to working at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, D.C., to now joining the Land Trust for Santa Barbara County as its development director. She started this month. “We immediately recognized that Carrie has a strong passion and a long-term vision for protecting and enjoying open spaces,” said Carolyn Chandler, former executive director and current trustee of the Land Trust.

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