Interview with Claire Puchy
Land use -- Oregon -- Planning
Claire Puchy was interviewed by Katherine Daniels and Jim Knight on July 19, 2018, at the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development offices in Salem, Oregon. Puchy was a plan review specialist for DLCD and worked with the department on writing and implementing numerous statewide land use planning goals, particularly those concerning the protection of natural resources and wildlife.
Claire Puchy served as the Wildlife Diversity Program Coordinator, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife; the executive director of Columbia River Gorge Commission; Program Coordinator for the City of Portland’s Science, Fish and Wildlife Division; Executive Director of the Audubon Society of Portland; a Plan Review Specialist for DLCD; and as Resident Naturalist for Mary’s Woods Retirement Community in Lake Oswego.
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Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Puchy, Claire; Daniels, Katherine; and Knight, Jim, "Interview with Claire Puchy" (2018). People and the Land: An Oral History of Oregon’s Statewide Land Use Planning Program. 52.