Tuesday, August 5, 2008

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Sustainable South Bronx director Miquela Craytor is on a green crusade

Though she comes from the Pacific Northwest, the new executive director of Sustainable South Bronx, Miquela Craytor, is putting down roots in the Bronx.
Originally from Oregon, Craytor, 31, earned a master's with honors in city and regional planning from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and fell in love with New York in the process.
Born to the children of Mexican immigrants and Dust Bowl farmers, with Native American heritage on both sides of her family, Craytor immediately identified with the diversity she found in America's original melting pot.
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