Terry Thomas recently joined Shasta Land Trust’s board of directors. Terry hails from Michigan but moved with his family to southern California, where he spent most of his youth. After forming an environmental consulting company, Terry worked on a major project in the northstate and fell in love with the Redding area. After a 2 ½ year sabbatical with the Peace Corps, Terry and his wife, Marilyn, moved to Redding. Terry recently retired from his environmental consulting company and spends his time fly fishing, hiking, and kayaking throughout the northstate.
Terry says, "My wife, Marilyn, and I moved to Redding, in part, because we appreciate the natural beauty and amazing opportunities to enjoy the outdoors in the North State. The ranch lands and undeveloped open space in the area are unique in California and to the extent practical, deserves to be retained in its existing condition. The Shasta Land Trust provided us with the opportunity to work with other like-minded individuals to conserve some of these important properties for the benefit of future generations."
Please join us in welcoming Terry to the board of directors.