The Methow Conservancy has added three new members to its board of directors:
• Gordy Reynaud, who is returning to the board after a one-year hiatus. Reynaud taught for 18 years at Liberty Bell High School. He and his wife, Adrian, own a seasonal wildland fire-fighting business in the Methow Valley.
• Peter Bauer, who spent 17 years on the board of the Chelan Douglas Land Trust. He moved to the Methow full-time in 2013.
• Mary Drobka, who owns a home in Pine Forest and is a partner at the law firm of Davis, Wright, Tremaine LLC in Seattle.
Craig Boesel and Carrie Stokes left the board after completing their terms.