Sue’s commitment to learning and love of nature never wanes. She regularly participates in Dave Charlton’s North Woods Walk, Dick Cloud’s Wildflower Walk, and often sits in on docent training sessions as well as PMN classes. Additionally, she is always working on mastering the scientific names of plants.
These days, you can find Sue contributing her efforts to the Pollinator Preserve, the Pond, and the Natural Areas Team, spending time with one or more of Tyler’s Education staff (who frequently call upon her), or leading a multitude of tours.
The Heart of Tyler’s Volunteer Community
Tyler simply couldn’t function without its corps of volunteers, and Sue is a shining example among that group. Her passion for the environment and commitment to learning and sharing knowledge are inspiring, reflecting the heart and soul of our volunteer community. We’re not only fortunate to have her but also deeply appreciative of the vital role she, and our volunteers in general, play in advancing Tyler’s mission.
We look forward to many more years of continued partnership with Sue and others who share our dedication to preserving Tyler’s natural beauty and history.