Some of Susan’s very first work as a member of the Board of Supervisors were in the area of sustainability. She drafted a resolution in support of creating alternatives to sending recyclable materials to China, protected the integrity of riparian streams and corridors in local waterways while also expanding access to educational opportunities, strengthened and expanded the County’s commitment to tree planting and reforestation, and defends unincorporated, critical open space lands in the South part of our County from development.