Linda Marsh

Linda began volunteering regularly for HHH after moving close to the ravine in 2013. A Washington Native Plant Society Steward, she schedules and leads restoration work parties in addition to digging in herself. She also monitors the herons' nesting colony and creates maps of Kiwanis Ravine and the heron protection zones. She has a varied background as a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Analyst for an environmental consulting firm, a naturalist in Seattle and southeast Alaska, and a Field Biologist collecting data on nesting birds in eastern Washington. She enjoys watching the many smaller birds that rely on the forest in the ravine and in her own backyard habitat she's creating.