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Crum Woods Stewardship Committee

examining the flora at Crum Woods

The Crum Woods Stewardship Committee (CWSC) of Swarthmore College is charged with recommending policies on the uses of the Crum Woods to the College community.

Committee Membership 2018-19:

  • Alex Baugh, Assistant Professor of Biology (Committee Co-Chair)
  • Ryan Dougherty, Senior Writer-Editor, Communications

  • Maurice Eldridge ’61

  • Andy Feick, Associate Vice President for Sustainable Facilities Operation

  • Amos Frye ‘19, senior President's Sustainability Research Fellow (PSRF)

  • Jeff Jabco, Director of Grounds & Coordinator of Horticulture for the Scott Arboretum (Committee Co-Chair)

  • Sue MacQueen, Campus Engagement Coordinator, Scott Arboretum

  • José-Luis Machado, Associate Professor of Ecology

  • Lars Rasmussen, Horticultural Staff, Scott Arboretum

  • Claire Sawyers, Director of the Scott Arboretum

  • Twan Sia '21, President's Sustainability Research Fellow (PSRF)
  • Melissa Tier '14, Coordinator of Sustainability
  • Aurora Winslade, Director of Sustainability

 

The Crum Woods Stewardship Committee was formed by Provost Jennie Keith in October, 2000 as an ad-hoc committee of faculty, students, and administrators. In December, 2000, the committee established the following goal statement: "Our goal is to create a protection, restoration, and stewardship plan for Crum Woods. The planning effort will begin with an evaluation of biodiversity, teaching and recreational resources in the context of the College's educational mission and its commitment to social responsibility. The committee will develop the plan in collaboration with College faculty, staff, and students as well as stakeholders in surrounding communities, and will engage the services of professional experts."