A long-time resident of Douglas County, Alan currently lives on the Main Umpqua River, where he enjoys fishing, hunting, snorkeling, rafting, hiking, camping, and photography.
Work experience includes: the plywood industry, lumber and building material sales, commercial & residential construction, custom architectural metalwork, and marketing.
Volunteer experience includes: home building with Habitat For Humanity, construction of local volunteer fire departments, volunteer firefighting, water quality monitoring, and the Annual Umpqua River Cleanup. Concerned about pollution and mismanagement of smallmouth bass in the Umpqua, Alan has been involved with The Partnership For The Umpqua Rivers (PUR) since 2001, currently serving on the Board of Directors as the representative of Umpqua Watersheds.
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION COORDINATOR, AMERICORPS MEMBER
Christine received her Bachelor’s degree from Willamette University in May 2017 where she studied Environmental Science. She is originally from Ventura, California but she traded the beaches for the trees and fell in love with the Pacific Northwest. Her love for the environment started with Channel Islands National Park and she will continue to nurture her love for the environment and conservation through the upcoming trips to Crater Lake National Park with Douglas County 5th graders.
Umpqua Watersheds is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Kasey moved to Roseburg in 2011 from Minnesota and almost immediately became involved with Umpqua Watersheds. He has a passion for education, collaboration and working collaboratively to find solutions to community and environmental issues. His professional background is in business management and operations. He has a master of business administration degree from the University of St. Thomas and a a master of environmental law and policy degree from the Vermont Law School.