RRWP Board of Directors
Rogue River Watershed Partners is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization run by a volunteer board.
Bill has been on the board since the beginning of 2021. He is recently retired from the aviation industry. His love of the outdoors has led to more involvement in clean water and associated environmental issues. In addition to being a member of the Rouge River Watershed Partnership, he belongs to the North Country Trail Association and Trout Unlimited.
Bryce joined the RRWP board of directors in 2018. He is retired from the paper and book printing industry. His main interest is trail walking, with a special fondness for the White Pine Trail and the Rogue River Park. He is married and has two grown children.
Gretchen is a retired educator, who lives in Rockford with her husband. She is passionate about native plants and environmental issues. She enjoys camping and hiking with family and friends.
Jessie Schulte is the Kent Conservation District Administrator. She truly enjoys helping Kent County residents find ways they can help the land. She spent the last five years working as the Land Manager and Volunteer Coordinator at Blandford Nature Center. Jessie Schulte has a BS in Resource Ecology and over 14 years of conservation experience gained from working all over the US from City Public Works to three National Parks. She is passionate about invasive species education and control. She looks forward to collaborating with you.
Martha I Gabrielse
Martha is a retired banking executive and lives on Bills Lake in Newaygo with her husband, David. She serves on the Environment Committee of the Bills Lake Improvement Association and is also an active community volunteer. Martha likes to spend as much time as possible hiking, paddling, and boating. She’s looking forward to helping to enhance awareness and engagement in the northern parts of the Rogue River Watershed.