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Greenhouse Project Team 2006 to 2009

[/text_divider] [column_1 width=”1/5″ title=”undefined” title_type=”undefined” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] [services fullimage=”true” icon=”apple” icon_color=”accent6″ icon_size=”62″ background=”accent1″ image=”http://groundswellnetwork.ca/cms/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/PDale.jpg” title=”Dale Wilker” text_align=”justify” button_link=”” button_text=””] After graduating from St. Clair College in Architectural Technologies in 81, I moved to Calgary where I worked in the architectural profession for 13 years. In 1994 our family moved to Invermere so that we could raise our children in a smaller more sustainable community. Dale is currently on the Board of Directors.
[/services] [/column_1] [column_1 width=”1/5″ title=”undefined” title_type=”undefined” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] [services fullimage=”true” icon=”apple” icon_color=”accent6″ icon_size=”62″ background=”accent1″ image=”http://groundswellnetwork.ca/cms/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/PBill.jpg” title=”Bill Swan” text_align=”justify” button_link=”” button_text=””] Involved since Groundswell Network Society’s foundation in 2000, Bill has taken the lead on a number of significant projects including serving as the Project Leader for the Community Greenhouse development 2006-09. Besides his fine singing voice and penchant for all things tartan, Bill is a composting fanatic (don’t get him started), history buff, eccentric orchid LOVER and the current Executive Director.

[/services] [/column_1] [column_1 width=”1/5″ title=”undefined” title_type=”undefined” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] [services fullimage=”true” icon=”apple” icon_color=”accent6″ icon_size=”62″ background=”accent1″ image=”http://groundswellnetwork.ca/cms/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/PAlison.jpg” title=”Alison Bell” text_align=”justify” button_link=”” button_text=””] Alison Bell has retired from her position as Chef Training teacher at David Thompson Secondary School. She holds a BA (Hons) in English, a BEd, her Journeyperson Cook’s qualification and a Master’s Degree in Gastronomy. Alison is an Ambassador of Healthy Schools and is a member of the School District # 6, Rocky Mountain, Nutrition Policy Committee. She was one of the key players in the initiative to remove junk food from DTSS and currently heads up Slow Food Columbia Valley.

[/services] [/column_1] [column_1 width=”1/5″ title=”undefined” title_type=”undefined” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] [services fullimage=”true” icon=”apple” icon_color=”accent6″ icon_size=”62″ background=”accent1″ image=”http://groundswellnetwork.ca/cms/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/joannehead.jpg” title=”Joanne Bragg” text_align=”justify” button_link=”” button_text=””] Joanne’s mission statement is to develop and deliver programs that meet and exceed the needs of the community.  She is a visionary educator that saw a potential learning program for this community.  While she is not a green thumb in the least, her passion for quality alternate education was the driving force of her becoming a key team member in the development of the Community Greenhouse and serving on the Board with Groundswell in the past.
[/services] [/column_1] [column_1 width=”1/5″ last=”true” title=”undefined” title_type=”undefined” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] [services fullimage=”true” icon=”apple” icon_color=”accent6″ icon_size=”62″ background=”accent1″ image=”http://groundswellnetwork.ca/cms/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/zehnderhead.jpg” title=”David Zehnder” text_align=”justify” button_link=”” button_text=””] David Zehnder is a consultant and manager with international experience in the areas of agriculture and the environment. After heading a vegetable production program for the United Nations High Commission for Refugees he returned to Canada and founded the Columbia Valley Botanical Gardens. A certified Environmental Farm Planner, David lives and works with his family on their farm near Invermere.
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