Fairbanks Tall Timbers Lecture: Terry Reichardt


Fairbanks Tall Timbers Series: Terry Reichardt
The Fairbanks Tall Timber Series honors those who have served the Fairbanks community well. Join veteran newsman Robert Hannon as he interviews Terry Reichardt.

Terry Reichardt arrived in Fairbanks in 1972 when her husband, Paul, accepted a faculty position at UAF. Their first child was born a few months after their arrival. In addition to being a mom of three, homeschooling, and small-scale farming, Terry still found time to volunteer. She volunteered with the Northern Alaska Environmental Center (NAEC) and was the board president and Temporary Acting Director. She was a founding board member of the Alaska Conservation Foundation. After her children started attending Pearl Creek Elementary School, Terry started Love INC., which she ran for 16 years. She volunteered at the Literacy Council and developed an adult reading program at First Presbyterian Church. She has shared her passion for vegetable gardening by teaching classes through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at UAF and the First Presbyterian Church. She currently enjoys co-leading a small group Bible study with Paul and occasionally helps him with the weekly meal program he runs at First Presbyterian Church for anyone wanting fellowship or food.

Fairbanks Tall Timbers Lecture: Terry Reichardt
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  • BP Design Theater (401 Usibelli Engineering Building), UAF Campus
  • FREE