Kachemak Bay Conservation Society
Patricia (Pat) Cue has joined the KBCS Board. Her passion for conservation and all things wild have been an integral part of the Homer community for many years. As an elected official on the Homer City Council, she worked to establish the Beach Policy Task Force in collaboration with many city, state and private citizens. Pat was one of the first water quality monitors for Cook Inlet Keeper which provided the impetus to create the City of Homer Beach Policy.
She has worked to keep jet skis out of Kachemak Bay State Park and billboards off of Alaska roadways and scenic places.
Pat’s interests include stopping the Pebble Mine, reducing global warming and limiting plastics in our oceans. Another keen interest is developing a greater understanding of how noise pollution impacts our lives and how to minimize all types of noise in our environment.
She is happy to be back in Homer and grateful to serve on the KBCS Board.