Rogers -Council Coordinator
Chas is a never-ending source
of energy at WCWC. The success of our projects
is largely due to his dedication to the watershed,
skill as a scientist and amiable personality.
He has worked part-time as Project Manager for
WCWC since the fall of 2001 is also a part-time
geology instructor at Rogue Community College.
A twenty seven-year resident of Williams, he
received his Bachelor’s degree in Geological
Sciences from the University of California,
Santa Barbara and completed his Master’s
in Geological Sciences from the University of
Oregon in 2000. Chas is active with the WCWC
Project Committee and is an avid pilot in his
Chuck is the proprietor
of Pacific Slope Tree Company and provides the
Council with technical expertise on eco-forestry
and woodland management. Chuck has served on
the WCWC Board for over a decade and brings
a wealth of resource-based experience and knowledge.
joined the WCWC Board in 2006. As a newer resident
of Williams, he brings enthusiasm and an acute
business sense to WCWC. He and his wife own Spit
‘n’ Polish, a local antique business.
has been a board and staff member and for WCWC
since December 2005. A long-time resident of Williams,
he brings with him knowledge of people and places
within the Williams Creek watershed. Arthur has
a Bachelor’s Degree in Ecology with an emphasis
in geomorphology from Oregon State University
and previously worked with the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency in their Wetlands Research Program.
He has many years experience as a private environmental
consultant in both Oregon and Washington, as well
as a background in accounting
has been on the Board of Directors since 1998.
She and her husband run a small construction company
which specializes in residential remodeling and
in restoring historic homes. Kathleen and her
husband Arthur have provided much assistance to
WCWC with grantwriting and finance tracking.
Brunner is a landowner in Williams and works as
a nurse. She has organized the Williams Forest
Aliance and watches the forests in Williams and
develops public interest.
Don joined the Board two years
ago and has been active in vegetative plantings
that enhance watershed projects. He lives in
Williams on the banks of an active creek that
challenges any restoration plans that we can
|Bob joined the Board in June 2000.
He brings much technical expertise to WCWC, thanks
to his 34 years of employment with the USFS as
a professional hydrologist, forester and planner.
Now retired, Bob is a farmer and volunteer fire
fighter, and also is a board member of the Applegate
Valley Fire District.
Evelyn worked for the Williams
Creek Watershed Council as Council Coordinator
from 1998-2006. She has worked on natural
resource planning issues in the Williams Creek
watershed for the past 18 years, and has been
on the WCWC Board since 1999. She is also
an elected member of the Williams Town Council.