Board of Trustees

Officers

Tara E Roche - President

navajosheepproject@gmail.com

Tara has been raising Navajo-Churro since 2011. She is a member of the Mentor Flock Program. She has been a Board Member since August of 2012. She was elected Vice President in October 2014 and was finally elected President in March of 2016. She is a strong believer that education and community outreach are of vital importance for the Project. She is also a lead in our drought relief project, Investments in Resilience. Her next goal is to help locate a site for a proposed Four Corners Region Sustainable Sheep and Wool Industry Center.

Fawn Ortiz - Vice President

mrsfawno@gmail.com

Fawn has been Vice President since March of 2016. She has raised Navajo-Churro in the past and hopes to own more very soon. 

Judy Chism - Treasurer

nsptreasurer77@gmail.com

Judy is a member of the Mentor Flock Program in addition to her service on the Board. She also manages the flock housed in Paradise, UT. 

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Trustees

Eric R. Olsen

eric.olsen@usu.edu

Matt Chism

misterchism@qmail.com

Alta Piechowski

altapb@qmail.com

Terrell Piechowski

piechowski.terrell84@qmail.com

Wes Newman

cowboyup-64@hotmail.com

Corryn LaRue - PR

Irene Benalley

Technical Advisors

Lyle McNeal, PhD - Founder

lyle.mcneal@usu.edu

P.O. Box 4454

Logan, UT 84323-4454

Nancy McNeal

nancymcneal@hotmail.com

Marla Trowbridge

Michael Gagnon

Special Projects

Investments in Resilience:

Tara E Roche, Project Director

Irene Benalley, Regional Shepherd Coordinator

Newsletter:

WebMaster: Tara E Roche

For further information contact:

 

The Navajo Sheep Project
P.O. Box 181
Richmond, Utah 84333

 

E-mail navajosheepproject@gmail.com
Call (435)225-5903


Dr. Lyle McNeal
lyle.mcneal@usu.edu

sheepman@comcast.net

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