WRC’s New Hire to Help with Village and Downtown Resiliency Planning

Kim Smith, a recent graduate of Conway School with a M.A. in Landscape Design, was recently hired to help us with village and downtown resiliency planning supported by the Economic Development Administration (EDA) Disaster Recovery Grant.  Kim’s prime focus at Windham Regional Commission is working with staff on village revitalization plans. Prior to graduate school Kim worked as a biologist in California on a bald eagle reintroduction project. Other areas of interest include gardening, sustainability and permaculture.

Kim grew up in Westmoreland, NH and is currently living in Westminster, VT with her partner and six chickens. Kim is in the process of finishing building her house which is a First Day Cottage. Please join us in welcoming Kim to WRC. Kim can be reached at x 112 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Last Updated on 08 November 2013
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