Passionate about the restoration of the Noyo Headlands, George Reinhardt is NHUDG's networking engine. Applauded by the Fort Bragg Advocate for his faithful civic participation, George brings proven sustainable concepts to the discussion of the mill site’s restoration and redevelopment. He is a member of the Mendocino County Energy Working Group and helped steer the Mendocino Coast Economic Outlook Conference toward themes of sustainability as well as spearheading the Mendocino Coast Native Plants Summit. He is an enthusiastic supporter of the Noyo Center encouraging the study of the local ecology from the headwaters to the sea. This science and education center will be an economic benefit to our entire region. He is an advocate for a department of Restoration Ecology at the local community college. He believes community scale restoration efforts can play an important role in responding to Climate Change. George is a member of the Fort Bragg Grange.
As an Associate within the Noyo Headlands Unified Design Group, Susan shares the skill and experience built over thirty years of not-for-profit sector work with Northern California communities. For the past seven years she has worked with nonprofits on the Northern Mendocino Coast. She is an active participant in NHUDG's vision of an economically strong, culturally vibrant, and environmentally sound Fort Bragg and Mendocino Coast to enhance the lives of the families who live, work, and recreate here.
After a career in biomedical research with an emphasis in analytical chemistry, Michael relocated to the Mendocino coast and the town of Fort Bragg with its potential to become one of the most pleasant and rationally developed small cities in the world. Current interests include teaching and promoting scientific literacy, advocating renewable and recyclable technologies, and advocating reform of water and electrical infrastructures.