2009-06-11 / Personalities

Darcy Newsome graduates at Yale School of Forestry

Darcy Newsome graduated from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies on May 25. She focused on law, economics and policy, and did course work in land conservation.

She was selected for a highly competitive full-tuition scholarship, the Doris Duke Conservation Fellowship, for leadership in land conservation.

Her work at Yale included serving as co-editor and contributing author for a book on the need for demographic change in the land conservation movement, titled Broadening the Base Through Open Space: Addressing Demographic Trends By Saving Land and Serving People.

She completed an internship in land conservation policy in Seattle, Washington, where she is now living.

Darcy is the granddaughter of Jenelle Newsome and the late Marion Newsome of Washington; and is the daughter of Rick and Nan Randall Newsome, formerly of Washington.

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