Areas of Interest:

  • Natural resource management and policy
  • Social-ecological systems
  • Urban and community forestry
  • Applied ecology
  • Collective action
  • Institutional analysis

Sarah Mincey is a social-ecological systems scientist who studies community-based natural resource management and environmental governance, with particular emphasis on urban forest management.

Research: Applied ecology, Institutional analysis; Natural resource management; Social-ecological systems; Urban & community forestry

Research Area:

  • Human Environment Interaction and Sustainability
  • Environmental Policy and Management
  • Environmental Science

Areas: Sustainable social-ecological systems; urban forests

Area: Local Governance

Environmental Policy, Public Administration, Political Science
PhD, Indiana University Bloomington, Environmental Science, 2012
MPA, Indiana University, Environmental Policy and Natural Resource Management, 2007
MSES, Indiana University, Forest Resources, 2007
BA, Morehead State University, English, 2003
forestry ecology natural resources management racial justice