One of the Conservancy’s longest-serving Board member, Paul Junker, has retired from the Board after nearly a decade of service.
“Paul has been a valuable asset to the Conservancy’s Board. As the drafter of the 2003 Natomas Basin Habitat Conservation Plan, he knew our guiding document thoroughly. His expertise and collegiality will be missed,” said David Christophel, Conservancy Board President. “He attended nearly every Board meeting for nearly a decade, and other Board members always wanted to know what Paul had to say on the key issues facing the Conservancy.”
Junker was appointed to the Board by the County of Sutter. He was originally part of a team that represented Sutter County in the re-drafting of the 1997 Natomas Basin Habitat Conservation Plan. At various times, Junker served as an officer of the corporation, most recently as Corporate Secretary.