Showing: Kimberley & Cranbrook
Daryl CalderKim/Cran Branch Director
Graduated UVic 1978, BSc Physical & Resource Geography.
Built energy efficient home near Cranbrook in 1983.
Self employed, with a variety of jobs according to the season.
Active member of Rocky Mountain Naturalists, South Star Recreation Society, Kootenay Christmas Tree Association.
I like birding, paddling, making things from ‘scratch’ and figuring out how to improve my community.
Bonnie Castle-DixonTreasurer and Director, Wildsight Kimberley Cranbrook
I am care deeply about our global environment and hold a personal vendetta with Invasive Plant Species. Doesn’t matter the season you can find me hiking local South-East Kootenay trails and mountains, or spending time alongside our numerous lakes and rivers. I prefer to spend most of my time finding peace and tranquility in all-natural surroundings. I am proud to call Kimberley home and am delighted to volunteer my services to an organization that I share many passions with.
Andrea ChapmanKim/Cran Branch Manager (Maternity leave until summer 2021)
Andrea loves everything outdoors, be it a microscopic plant or heartwarming snowfall against a colourful sunset. She brings experience with education, research, and management to the Wildsight Kimberley/Cranbrook branch, and is excited to be working within the communities she calls home.
Sierra CooperKim/Cran Food Sustainability Assistant
Sierra was born and raised in Kimberley and is proud to be involved in the community she grew up in. This summer, Sierra will be helping with the Kimberley Community Garden, the Kimberley Farmers’ Market, and the Apple Capture program.
Sharon CrossKim/Cran Branch President
Since the late 1970’s, I’ve been active locally, regionally and nationally in environmental and social issues. Jim Campbell and I were the EKES team that started recycling in Cranbrook. I am actively involved in: Kootenai River Network, Inc. (Montana), Citizens for a Livable Cranbrook Society, EK Network for Humanity, Social Planning Society, Grow It Eat It Task Force, Cranbrook Food Action Committee, the Cranbrook Community Forest Society, and Yasodhara Yoga Cranbrook.
Jessica FongDirector, Wildsight Kimberley Cranbrook Branch
Jessica loves nature and is committed to building a more sustainable society.
Corrine HighwoodInterim Branch Manager, Wildsight Kimberley Cranbrook
I moved to Kimberley in the summer of 2019 with my husband, dog, and 2-year-old daughter and am here to stay. I bring 14 years of environmental and outdoor education experience on three continents, along with a deep passion for promoting nature connection and wild adventures.
Chad KileSustainability Coordinator
Previously an urban farmer, Chad is interested in creating strong local food economies.
Woody MaguireRegional Director
Kimberley Cranbrook Director & Secretary
Marty MusserKim/Cran Branch Vice President
I was born and raised in Kimberley and am lucky to have grown up in the company of people who are connected to the earth.
Nadine RakeKim/Cran Branch Director
Once the coordinator for Cranbrook Composts and the Clean Bin project, Nadine now brings her educator background and fresh perspective to the Wildsight Kimberley Cranbrook Board of Directors. Passionate about waste reduction and diversion, Nadine is doing her best to reduce her household waste to zero, and blogging all about it! Check out her work on the Zero Journey Blog.
Sally RoussDirector, Wildsight Kimberley Cranbrook Branch
I am a young outdoor enthusiast who is passionate about making a difference.
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