Andy Mills acts as the California Rangeland Trust’s Stewardship Director, helping ranchers throughout the state with conservation issues. He coordinates the conservation easement program with ranchers and farmers, and, oversees the monitoring of Rangeland Trust easements. He is a long time director of the Santa Barbara County Cattlemen’s Association and currently serves as its president. He is currently on the County Agricultural Advisory Committee’s subcommittee on Agricultural Resources Environmental/Economic Assessment representing the Cattlemen’s Association. He is also currently the External Affairs Director for the Hollister Ranch Owners Association, a role in which he is responsible for all Hollister Ranch public and governmental relations. Additionally, he serves on the Board of Directors of the Phillips Library of California history Andy holds a B.A. in Art and English from the University of California, Santa Barbara with post-graduate work in Business Administration. He has attended numerous workshops and other training in rangeland monitoring, watershed protection and conservation planning and financing.