Sally Miller joined The Wilderness Society in 1999 and presently leads our work on renewable energy and wildlands protection in the California desert, provides leadership to a campaign to permanently protect BLM wildlands in the Bodie Hills, and works with coalition partners to help protect special places in Sierra Nevada national forests, particularly in the spectacular Eastern Sierra, where she lives.
Sally previously led the multi-year effort to procure the designation of 468,854 acres of wilderness in the Eastern Sierra and southern California national forests through legislation that passed in 2009.
Sally is a member of BLM’s Central California Resource Advisory Committee, served on the Mono County Planning Commission for sixteen years and serves on the board of the Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep Foundation. She has a BA in Botany from the University of California, Berkeley.
Sally enjoys gardening and all types of outdoor activities, especially in her backyard of Yosemite National Park.