Sabrina Farmer

Sabrina points at an Aleutian Shield Fern in the field on Adak Island.
Ecological Services - Biologist

4700 BLM Road
Anchorage, AK 99507
United States

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About Sabrina Farmer

Sabrina (she/her) is the staff lead for the endangered Aleutian shield fern. In addition, she focuses her time on pollinator conservation, outreach and education, and environmental policy implementation. Sabrina received her bachelor’s degree in biology and women’s studies. Her interest in conservation was shaped by her time interning with the Rocky Mountain Conservancy, assisting research in northeastern Siberia, guiding on glaciers in Kenai Fjords National Park, and working as an environmental educator for the BLM Campbell Creek Science Center. She is passionate about communicating about science and conservation in an accessible, engaging way. Sabrina grew up playing in the streams and mountains of Vermont. You can find her continuing this play in the vast Alaskan landscape.


Watchable Wildlife – Viewing Alaska’s species and habitats on your public lands

Alaska’s 100 – Bees in the land of the midnight sun

Alaska’s Fast and Furious – Rufous hummingbirds in the far north

Fall Leaves and Winter Queens – Survival and death in a winter wonderland

Areas of expertise
Pollinator Conservation and Outreach