Coalition Names Three New Executive Committee Members

Coalition Names Three New Executive Committee Members

For Immediate Release:  Sept. 13, 2016


PA Growing Greener Coalition Names Three New Executive Committee Members
Organization Ramping Up for Growing Greener III Program

 (HARRISBURG, PA) The Pennsylvania Growing Greener Coalition, the largest coalition of conservation, recreation, and preservation organizations in the Commonwealth, today announced the appointment of the following three new members to its executive committee:

  • Tim Herd, CPRE, executive director, Pennsylvania Recreation and Park Society
  • Andrew Loza, executive director, Pennsylvania Land Trust Association
  • Marci Mowery, president, Pennsylvania Parks and Forest Foundation

“We look forward to the wealth of knowledge, experience, and statewide influence these three new members bring as we ramp up the campaign for a Growing Greener III program,” said Andrew Heath, executive director of the Pennsylvania Growing Greener Coalition. “Each has a strong record of leadership on issues that are important to Pennsylvanians, including protecting our land and water, and ensuring our children and families have safe, outdoor places to play.”

The Coalition comprises more than 200 member and supporting organizations from across the state. The executive committee, which governs the Coalition, is expanding from seven to 10 members. The other members are:

  • Cynthia Carrow, vice president, Government and Community Relations, Western Pennsylvania Conservancy
  • John Dawes, executive director, Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds
  • Karen Martynick, executive director, Lancaster Farmland Trust
  • Molly Morrison, president, Natural Lands Trust
  • Lee Ann Murray, assistant director/staff attorney, Chesapeake Bay Foundation
  • John Walliser, senior vice president, Legal and Government Affairs, Pennsylvania Environmental Council
  • Larry Williamson (Chairman), retired senior advisor to the Secretary, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources


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