Carol Guy is an East Coast native where farming played a key role in her formative years. She has worked in the Forestry and Horticulture sectors for over 30 years starting out as a student contract employee with the Canadian Forest Service. Her work experience & education has developed her love for the out of doors and all plants, birds and animals that live there. She is an experienced and knowledgeable horticulturist. Carol has many years experience as a Parks Supervisor successfully collaborating with communities where she has worked, including High Park. Her personal and work lives intermingle - she has a farm where she keeps sheep that are also used to train border collies. These dogs are handled by her as part of the City of Toronto, PFR Waterfowl Management Program. Carol is excited and very enthusiastic to be part of the team working to grow Riverdale Farm into the future.
Goran Mitrevski has worked for the City of Toronto for the past 20 years. Goran has extensive experience in Parks Technical Services and Administration and brings a wealth of success in Project Management, Finance and Community Engagement. He worked closely with Riverdale Farm staff over the past years. He continues his involvement & commitment in the Farm as a General Supervisor with Parks Forestry & Recreation with Riverdale Farm included in his portfolio. Goran is very excited to be part of the Riverdale Farm Stewardship Group. He looks forward to working together with them to make Riverdale Farm the best it can be.
Senga Maclean discovered Riverdale Farm when her children were small and spent many hours there with them. For over 17 years, Senga has worked as a Programmer with Parks & Recreation at the City of Toronto. Her strength lies in her dedication to working with local neighbourhoods in the Cabbagetown, Frankland, Withrow Park, Jimmie Simpson and St Lawrence communities. Since returning to Riverdale Farm several years ago, Senga has built positive relationships with Farm volunteers and the community. She loves demonstrating her extensive skills as an interpreter, providing demonstrations of traditional skills such as wool carding and dyeing, hand quilting, candle making and cooking at the bake oven. These skills coupled with her creative organizational abilities and training skills ensure educational and unique interactive experiences for visitors of all ages to Riverdale Farm. She looks forward to the future and is very pleased to be a part of such a dynamic group of interested citizens.