Deborah is senior officer for Great River Greening, with oversight for all program and fundraising activities. She holds a M.L.A. in Landscape Architecture, Harvard University, and a Ph.D. in Geography, University of Minnesota.
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Julia Bohnen shares her expertise in restoration evaluation, and project coordination, at new and established conservation sites, including Washington County Conservation Corridor and Westwood Hills Nature Center in St. Louis Park.
Katie manages and coordinates the volunteer events at Greening, including the Volunteer Supervisor and Field Learning for Teens programs. She holds a B.S. in biology from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, minoring in environmental studies.
Wiley oversees restoration activities across some of Great River Greening’s hallmark projects including Pilot Knob Hill and Fish Creek. He oversees GRG’s Minnesota Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund grants as part of the Metro Conservation Corridors partnership. He also leads the prescribed burn program and prescribed grazing implementation, and manages research projects. Wiley holds a M.S., Conservation Biology, University of Minnesota.
Susie Carlin leads the Seven Mile Creek Watershed Partnership, a longstanding coalition of 25+ agriculture, conservation, community, business, and government groups aimed at working with landowners to conserve and restore land and habitats, and to improve water quality.
Kirsten is responsible for fundraising, including working with individuals, corporations and foundations to solicit donations in support of our mission. With the help of others, she also manages GRG’s two special fundraising events – the Gala and the Business Forum. She holds a BA in Sociology from Augsburg College; Master of Public and Nonprofit Administration from Metro State (MPNA).
Steve Huckett is a broadly trained scientist, with experience in agricultural and livestock production practices, soil and water conservation, and natural resource preservation. His jobs have included environmental consulting, seed maize production, and Preserve Manager for The Nature Conservancy in Arizona. His passion is integrating watershed management and ecological restoration with human needs and perspectives. When not at work, Steve enjoys outdoor activities including hiking, camping, fly-fishing, and photography.
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Lexie assists in the planning and execution of major annual fundraising events, manages the donor database, corresponds with donors, works in social media, and conducts prospecting. She also supports the volunteer events.
Todd oversees and coordinates much of Great River Greening’s staff, ensuring that the volunteer program and conservation program meet the agency’s mission and goals, and that procedures and protocols are followed. He is also a project manager and designer on studies focused on sustainable landscape design, alternative stormwater design, shoreline restoration, river and stream bank restoration. He holds a M.L.A., University of Minnesota
Bill is responsible for the organization’s financial and administrative operations, including budget planning; financial management; accounting and reporting; government grant and contract management; human resources, and information technology. He holds a B.S.B.A., Accounting, University of Minnesota
Lisa is assists the Grant Managers, Directors of Finance, Conservation Program Managers, and Operations in meeting Greening’s grant-related information management needs.
Mary Anne is responsible for brand management, content for print and online venues, and media relations. She holds a B .A. in Journalism, University of Minnesota.
Julia works on accounting, database management, IT, human resources, and office management for Great River Greening. She holds a B.A. in Economics & Psychology, University of Minnesota; and Master of Nonprofit Management, Hamline University.
May recruits volunteers for our community-based restoration events, where hundreds of community members come in the spring and fall to improve the health of the land and water of natural areas in their communities.