Maggie’s career in conservation spans four decades. She worked for over twenty years for The Nature Conservancy, gaining broad experience in state, national, and international land conservation in Latin America. She served for five years as Director of Government Relations for The Nature Conservancy. Maggie has deep roots in grassroots activism, starting with helping to found the Methow Valley Citizens Council. Her passion for place was born in the Methow, as was her belief in the ability of individuals to shape the future of the lands and waters they cherish. She lives on her Twisp River farm with her husband, Mark Wolf-Armstrong.

Maggie has served on a number of state and regional boards and as chair of the Washington Biodiversity Council, the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition and the High Country News Foundation. Maggie holds a B.S. from Yale University and a Masters of Forestry from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.