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Our Staff and Board

Brief bios of NNRG's staff and board of directors.


NNRG Staff Members


Staff photo


Dan Stonington - Executive Director

Kirk Hanson - Director, Northwest Certified Forestry

Rick Helman - Staff Forester

Lindsay Malone - Director of Member Services

Meagan Nuss - Member Services Manager


NNRG Board of Directors

 

President--Christine Johnson, FSC certified landowner, Portola Valley, CA

Vice President--Eden Brukman, Concenter Solutions, Portland, OR

Treasurer--Brad Hunter, Craft3, Portland, OR

Marco Lowenstein, North American Wood Products, NNRG Board of Directors Past President, Portland, OR

Chad Davis, Oregon Department of Forestry, Portland, OR

Norman MacLeod, Gaelic Wolf Consulting, Port Townsend, WA

Chi Pak, T-Mobile, Seattle, WA

Sarah Reyneveld, Washington State Attorney General's Office, Seattle, WA

Ryan Temple, Sustainable Northwest Wood, Portland, OR

JT Wilcox, Wilcox Farms, Roy, WA

NNRG Advisory Board

NNRG's Advisory Board is comprised of individuals that represent a source of expertise that we regularly draw on to help support our program activities and fulfill our mission.  For many years these people have either been program partners or policy advisers and we would like to formally recognize their involvement in our work.  This list also demonstrates the quality of expertise we draw upon to achieve our goals. With gratitude and respect we present our Advisory Board:

Matt Freeman-Gleason, ecohaus, Seattle, WA

Ian Hanna, FSC® US, Port Townsend, WA

Jon Kaplan, Port Townsend, WA

Becky Kelley, Washington Environmental Council, Seattle, WA

Maureen Mitchell, Summit Law Group, Seattle, WA

Michael Rylko, Environmental Protection Agency Region 10, Seattle, WA

Patti Southard, King County Recycling & Environmental Services, Seattle, WA

Solveig Whittle, musician, Woodinville, WA

Michele Zukerberg, Washington Department of Natural Resources, Olympia, WA

do you know?
How many tons of carbon can one acre of 60-year old Douglas-fir sequester per year?
 2.2
 1
 10.8
 4.3
 

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