Kees Kkolff
Port Townsend EcoVillage

Kees Kkolff is a retired pediatrician and public health professional and has served as mayor and city council member in Port Townsend. He was founding chair of the City/County climate action committee. He is currently a public hospital district commissioner in Jefferson Co. He and his wife Helen founded the PT EcoVillage in 2004 with the vision of having A community of people dedicated to living in harmony with each other and with the earth, exploring together ways to live more sustainably and joyfully. Their greatest concern is climate catastrophe and how it will be for future generations, including their 2 grandchildren.


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