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“Krista is a force to be reckoned with!” according to Dana McDonald who nominated her. “As a member of the board of the Jericho Stewardship Group, she is determined, thoughtful, respectful and thorough in her approach to fostering interest in urban ecology, Jericho Park and community.”
Krista Voth has a keen interest in the way urban parks are used and cared for by the public. In addition to her volunteer work with the Jericho Stewardship Group, Krista works with the Pacific Spirit Park Society as the Program Coordinator.
In that role she creates and runs restoration, education and citizen science programming. She has worked hard to ensure that the PSPS programs are accessible to a diverse range of people.
With an educational foundation in environment and sustainability, a passion for healthy ecological systems and natural gift for connecting people with nature and one another, Krista is a community role model and source of inspiration for all around her.
Nominated by: Dana McDonald
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Stewardship is about taking responsibility to promote, monitor, conserve and restore ecosystems for current and future generations of all species.
There are three types of environmental stewards:
1. Doers help out by taking action on the ground.
2. Donors help by donating money, land or other resources.
3. Practitioners work to steer agencies, scientists, stakeholder groups or other groups toward a stewardship outcome.