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Lilly Wilson

Youth Engagement Organizer - University Outreach

Lilly Wilson is a second-year environmental science student at Boise State University, where her passion for nature and dedication to conservation have room to flourish. She dreams of becoming a botanist. As an avid climate activist, Lilly leads the Youth Salmon Protectors in advocating for the removal of the four lower Snake River dams to save wild salmon and steelhead from extinction. Lilly’s love for the outdoors extends beyond activism, as she spends her free time painting wildflowers, embarking on hikes in the Sawtooths, and climbing trees near the Boise River.
Previously, Lilly sat on the Boise Arts and History Commission as the Student Voting Commissioner, has spent many hours volunteering for the Native Plant Society, became a registered Idaho Master Naturalist, and spoke about youth activism at the biannual beaver conservation conference, BeaverCon.

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