MYCELIA DEVELOPMENT IS LOYAL TO LOCAL BUSINESSES
Strengthening communities is at the heart of our mission
Renee Suhr, CEO of Mycelia Development, is passionate about being a loyal "localist" and small business advocate - and runs her businesses with that conviction. Even the name of this company comes from the root structure of mushrooms ("mycelia") which are always committed to the benefit of their "host" environment. In this case, its host is Beaver Falls and it hopes to impact it for the betterment of the residents, businesses, schools, churches, etc.
Like those little mushroom roots, Mycelia Development tries to pull together the strength of the whole community to accomplish its development goals. When the community collaborates, things get done. Working alongside other businesses and organizations for events and projects whenever possible, Mycelia believes that if we work together, we will all benefit.
Working towards improving the strength of our its own business (Stray Cat Studio and the upcoming Portobello: A Cultural Life & Arts Center) Mycelia is also deeply connected to helping grow both the local art and economic communities to whom it is deeply connected. In addition, Mycelia Development hopes to be a vital part of the resurrection of the shopping district of Beaver Falls and is committed to the "town" as a whole.