As an attorney practicing land use, tree and neighbor law, Dotty LeMieux is an expert in conflicts involving trees. Municipalities often enact ordinances to protect trees while balancing the competing interests involved, and she has authored numerous articles for online and print publications about the tree issues and disputes that arise.
LeMieux also counsels citizen groups and individuals who are working – often using California’s Environmental Quality Act – to protect local trails, waterways and hillsides. She founded and directs Greendog Campaigns, mounting successful campaigns in local, county, and state elections, and writes extensively for the magazines Campaigns and Elections and Winning Campaigns. Former chair of the Marin Chapter of the Sierra Club, she has taught the techniques of effective activism at the College of Marin.
LeMieux speaks on urban forestry and tree issues, greening the urban environment, and resolving environmental conflicts, as well as on environmental politics and law.
To discuss Dotty LeMieux as a possible speaker, please call 408-865-0888, or send us an email message here.
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