Manager, John Prince Research ForestCURA Co-Investigator; Stream Leader - Improved Partnership
Location: JPRF Office, Fort St. James, BC
Sue Grainger is a registered professional forester, with 20 years work experience in the BC forest industry. Raised in Prince George, BC, her post-secondary education includes a forest technology diploma from the British Columbia Institute of Technology and a degree in Forest Management at Oregon State University. Sue has worked throughout coastal and interior BC for a variety of forestry employers including the BC Ministry of Forests, and various forestry consultants and forest products companies, as well as in the U.S. with Oregon State University and the Intertribal Timber Council. Sue has been working in her current position since 1997 and has helped to establish the John Prince Research Forest. In addition, she is the chair and an establishing director of the Chuntoh Education Society, a charity which provides cultural-based outdoor science programs to local children. She is currently co-investagator the CURA, as well as co-leader of the Improved Partnerships stream. Sue lives in the village of Fort St. James, 135-km northwest of Prince George.