A Special Thanks!
TNCC would like to thank Megan (Francis) King for all her hard work this past winter assisting with the organization and coordination of TNCC’s new EcoAction Initiative and Green Business Roundtables. We never would have gotten this far without you! We now pronounce you EcoAction Data Queen and wish you the best in achieving all your dreams and goals!
TNCC Welcomes Emily Kuehn – OSM/VISTA
Emily Kuehn grew up part time in Arizona and part time in Telluride. She attended Bates College in Lewiston, Maine where she received a degree in Neuroscience and Philosophy. After a miniature identity crisis, she found herself working on a farm in southern Utah, a conservation seed bank in Arizona, all the while contributing to the sustainable and local food movements in whatever way possible. Emily will jump in to help TNCC continue with EcoAction as well as Green Business Roundtables and food security projects thanks to a grant awarded by the Western Hardrock Watershed Team, which coordinates opportunities for people to work in non-profits in Colorado and New Mexico with funding provided by the Office of Surface Mining and Americorps.
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