Having successfully planted seedlings in the heavily mined soils out west, Sue realizes how land-use affects a living community. In restoration ecology, one works to create an optimal environment for seeds, seedlings, and transplants to thrive. Similarly, when we value open space, build walking and biking infrastructure and attract sustainable farmers, we foster a vibrant, thriving community. Sue and her partner own a home, along with their two dogs, in Chesterfield.
Founding Board President and first Executive Director (2009-2014)