Ed Bradley

Retired Attorney.

How did you first become connected with WNC?  My first memory was visiting the Farm during birthing to see newborn animals with my children.

How do you hope to best contribute to WNC’s development through your tenure on the Board?  As a Board member I try to use my legal and business experience to provide a frank appraisal of the projects and issues that are presented to the Board.  I also try to use my contacts and connections within the community to promote and explain the benefits of our “Transfarmation.”

What is your favorite thing about WNC? My favorite experience at the Center is walking the coastal perimeter of the campground with my wife Jane and our dog Sam.

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