Board Members

Dick Leeuwenburg, President

Retired businessman and resident of Clark County for more than 25 years.


Gary Ogier, Vice President

35-year Financial Manager for an international mining equipment company. The East Fork Lewis River and its salmonids need to be preserved.  Clark County resident for more than 33 years.


Katie Jarvis, Treasurer

I'm an 18-year resident of North County.  I retired after 38 years with the Air Force and Federal Government.  I am very concerned about the rights of residents living near the Yacolt Mountain Quarry and its impact on the ecology of North County. 


Marie Ogier, Secretary

I am retired, formerly an Executive Sales Manager.  Community Volunteer for a number of local charities and a resident of Clark County for over 33 years. Together as a Coalition we can protect the East Fork Lewis River, our homes and this valley as their mining permit conditions intended.


Vickie VanZandt, Member-at-Large

Former Utility Executive – 45-year Electrical Engineer.  35-year Clark County resident.  Business, residents, and the environment’s needs must all be met. The balance is way out of whack currently, with the residents and the environment getting the short end of the stick.


Richard Jones, Member-at-Large

I have lived on Kelly Hill, near the now Yacolt Mountain Quarry for 47 years. My family has witnessed significant growth and changes over these decades, but nothing has come close to the serious, negative impact the quarry operation has had on this area of Clark County.


Charlie Crisafulli, Member-at-Large

US Forest Service, Retired. Research Scientist investigation ecosystem responses to explosive volcanism at the Mount St. Helens volcano and at several other contemporary eruption sites in Patagonia, Chile, Alaska, and Iceland. Resident of the Yacolt Area for 30 years.

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