Evans, Brock

Author Description

Brock Evans was the Northwest Representative of the Sierra Club and Federation of Western Outdoor Clubs in the 1960s & early 70s. Exploring nearly all of the wilderness places in the Cascades in those years, he was especially moved by the unusual magnificence and huge size of the ancient trees around Bumping Lake. Now President of the National Endangered Species Coalition, he is also very concerned that the destruction of these forests and grasslands by the proposed dams will lead to irreversible losses of prime habitats for such endangered species as bull trout, sage grouse, and spotted owl.

Authored Reports

Yakima Water Plan: The Other Side of the Story,Yakima Basin Integrated Plan: Dissent - Bad Precedents Continue in the Yakima River Basin