Amy Trujillo

Deputy Director

Amy spent most of her childhood running through the woods and wading in the creeks and rivers of Virginia, which gave her a deep appreciation for unstructured time outdoors and muddy boots. After earning a degree in Ecology from UC San Diego, Amy spent the next decade with the San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy, working to protect critical wetlands and watersheds in North County San Diego. Amy came to Idaho in 2011 to work as the Executive Director of the Palouse Land Trust in Moscow and is excited to bring her experience and passion for land conservation to the Wood River Valley. When not at work, Amy can often be found walking with her two kids and their beloved chocolate lab in Draper Wood River Preserve.