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- Penn State University
- restaurateur, organic farmer, innkeeper
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Anna co-owned one of the first natural foods restaurants in Sonoma County, the original Blue Heron Inn in Duncans Mills near the Sonoma coast. She has worked off and on in photography and owned Foggy Bottom Farm, an organic farm that supplied many stores and restaurants locally and in the Bay Area. She is a birder and an environmental activist specializing in wetlands and wildlife protection. Anna is on the board of the Rural Alliance, a local group that works on land preservation issues. She enjoys viewing wildlife, reading, camping in the desert, making art and mosaics and enjoying films and music.
Cary moved to Sonoma County in 1970 to attend Sonoma State College after spending his childhood in Southern California. After graduating, he spent a decade or so working in various aspects of the construction trades, working mainly on custom homes and remodels in the West County. Concluding that his brain might outlast his back, Cary entered the real estate profession full time in the mid 80s and has been at it ever since.
His interests include, but are not limited to: environmental and land use issues, art and architecture, gardening/growing, and playing trumpet with a local band called the Hubbub Club performing mainly for community and political events. He currently sits on the citizens advisory board for the Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District, one of the most successful public land preservation districts in the country, and also is a conservation easement monitor for the Sonoma Land Trust.