RappFLOW is a member of the Orion Grassroots Network
RappFLOW Board of Directors 2015
Beverly Hunter, RappFLOW President
Author of over 25 books and 200 technical reports and book chapters on learning and teaching with technologies such as telecommunications networks, simulations, geospatial technologies, and intelligent tutoring systems.
Mark Malik, Vice President
Forrest Marquisee, RappFLOW Secretary
344 Keyser Run Road
Received degrees in Environmental Science and Music from The University of Mary Washington in 2010.
Rachel Bynum co-owns and runs Waterpenny Farm, a 10-acre ecological vegetable farm in Sperryville, with her husband Eric Plaksin. They moved to Rappahannock County and started Waterpenny Farm in 2000. www.waterpennyfarm.com
She has been a resenter on sustainable farming and beginning farming at many conferences and workshops, including the Chesapeake Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture (CASA) Future Harvest, Collaborative Regional Alliance for Farmer Training (CRAFT), Virginia Association for Biological Farming (VABF), and Virginia Cooperative Extension Field Days. [read more...]
53 Waterpenny Lane, Sperryville, VA 22740
Ben Estes is a senior at Rappahannock County High School. Ben’s interests include basketball and soccer where he participates on the Varsity Teams. Ben also enjoys outdoor activities including kayaking, hiking, and fishing. Ben is a member of National Honor Society, Student Council Association, Senior Committee, Art Club, 4H, Rappahannock League for Environmental Protection, Washington Youth Summit on the Environment Advisory Board, and Trinity Episcopal Church. Ben became involved in RappFlow a year ago. Ben has been involved in the Avon Hall pond restoration project. After graduating from high school, Ben plans to attend Virginia Military Institute and study Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Helen Hutcheson is currently a student at the University of Mary Washington with major in Environmental Science. She started working with RappFlow in the summer of 2013. Helen is a lifelong resident of Rappahannock County.
258 Thornton Gap Church Road
Past Board Members