"To revitalize and strengthen the historic integrity of downtown Mariposa, while creating a welcoming, friendly and lively community.”

Greg Little

President and Founding Member

Greg Little is editor and co-owner of the Mariposa Gazette, the official newspaper of record in Mariposa County. He came to Mariposa in March of 2016 along with his wife, Nicole, who happens to be the co-owner and publisher of the newspaper. They have one son, Price, who is a junior at Mariposa County High School and a docent at the Mariposa Museum and History Center. Little has been in journalism his entire career, starting as a part-time sportswriter in the late 1970s in his home state of Indiana. Over the years, Little has served as editor at numerous newspapers around the country. Some of those include Wolf Point, Mont., Rock Springs, Wyo., Covington, Tenn., Gonzales, Texas, Honesdale, Pa., and, most recently, Rexburg, Idaho.

He began working on the idea of a Main Street program soon after coming to Mariposa because of his extensive work with the program in Texas. Working with others in the community, the program was formed and is now in the process of growing.

Kara Inman

Vice President

Kara Inman is the owner of the always "Good Vibes and Great Fashion" Brick Wall Boutique, located in the Historic Downtown Mariposa. Growing up here Kara was always eager to get out and live in a big city. After a few years in L.A. she realized her heart was in Mariposa and moved back home to her roots. Her husband, Sean and her own a small regenerative farm and a Bed and Breakfast in the Bootjack area where they work together to provide a little slice of the country to their guests. Sean and Kara both take pride in the Mariposa Community and strive to make an impact on the counties economy and generations to come.

Kymberli Magana

Treasurer Founding Member

Kymberli Magana is the owner of the local business, Better Books Bookkeeping Services. She helped found Main Street Mariposa because she believes heavily in the values in portrays. As a local business owner, she is invested deeply in her community and wants to help other local businesses thrive.

Nick Lambert


Nick Lambert is the owner of Lambert Technical Services, a local IT company. Nick shares many of the values that Main Street Mariposa bestows and is happy to assist them with their web design and technical elements of the group.

Kris Casto

Member At Large

Kris Casto chose to move to Mariposa in 2004. She and her husband started Mount Bullion Vineyard and bonded winery and have loved the process of growing and working in the 6 acre vineyard and producing some really lovely wines, all from Mariposa County grapes. They opened their tasting room eight years ago in the historic downtown under the Casto Oaks label. The next addition to the family winery was welcoming grandson, Jason Smith, as the winemaker.

Kris is committed to the community and volunteers on many committees. She looks forward to being a part of a successful Main Street project and working with many energetic and caring associates.

Tyson Wellcome

Member At Large

Tyson Wellcome is the owner of a local screen printing and graphic design business, Pathos. Tyson is proud to be part of the Main Street Mariposa program as he believes it will be extremely beneficial to our community to have a program of this caliber.

Rebecca Hatcher

Member At Large

Rebecca Hatcher is a local realtor who is passionate about finding homes for families within the Mariposa community. She happily joined Main Street Mariposa because she believes it is the way to grow the community and to promote unity.

Tara Schiff

Member At Large

Tara Schiff works for the County of Mariposa as an Economic Development Specialist. Having Tara on our board is crucial as she is an expert at economic development. Tara is also helping us to secure grant funding and different funding sources that will ensure our groups success.



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