Stewart Crosby is a Senior Associate at SRF Consulting Group, Inc., an engineering, planning and design firm based in Minneapolis. Stewart's work focuses on park and trail planning and design, historic preservation projects and streetscape design.
In addition to serving on FMR's board, Stewart also serves on the board of directors for the Quetico-Superior Foundation and is a member of the Minnesota Trust for Public Land Advisory Board. He has a bachelor of science from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon and a bachelors degree and a Masters in landscape architecture from the University of Oregon.
FMR Board member since: 2002
Board committees: Executive, Development
Quote: The Mississippi River is the most important natural feature in our region. It needs a responsible steward. FMR is that steward.
Hobbies: Beekeeper, avid skier, canoeing, camping.
Interesting book: Omnivore's Dilemma, by Michael Pollan. Everyone should read it. It raises questions we all need to think about.
Favorite Mississippi River location: A cliff band along the edge of Grey Cloud Island that you can paddle underneath if you're on the main stem of the river. It's unique and picturesque.
Conservation/Environmental heroes: Frederick Law Olmsted, Jens Jensen, Sigurd Olson, Aldo Leopold.
Last memorable vacation: Summer of 2006, when my wife and I took our then 4- and 6-year-old kids to Alaska's Kenai Fjords National Park. It's an amazing place.