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Western Energy Director

Trout Unlimited Inc

HQ Phone:  (703) 522-0200

Direct Phone: (928) ***-****direct phone

Email: b***@***.us

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Trout Unlimited Inc

1300 N. 17Th St. Suite 500

Arlington, Virginia,22209

United States

Company Description

Trout in the Classroom is a conservation-oriented environmental education program for elementary, middle, and high school students. Through the school year, students raise trout from eggs to fry and then release them into approved cold water streams and lakes.... more

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Employment History

Vice President

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Inc


Supervisor

Daniel Boone National Forest


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Staff Directory List | Trout Unlimited - Conserving coldwater fisheries

publiclands.tu.org [cached]

Brad Powell, Southwestern Regional Director
928-300-5451, View Profile


www.trcp.org

"The new rule represents an important step forward for developing energy responsibly on America's public lands," said Brad Powell, senior policy director for Trout Unlimited's Sportsmen's Conservation Project.


www.trcp.org

"Essential elements of the federal rule include a consistent baseline standard for regulating and managing hydraulic fracturing activities, full disclosure of chemicals used in the fracking process, and confirmation that wells meet appropriate standards that ensure no contamination of groundwater and surface water," said Brad Powell, senior policy director for Trout Unlimited's Sportsmen's Conservation Project.


SCP Staff | Trout Unlimited - Conserving coldwater fisheries

www.tu.org [cached]

Brad Powell is the Energy Director for the SCP.
Brad has a deep personal and professional interest in wildlife and management of important habitats, particularly on public lands. An active outdoor enthusiast enjoying the trails, lakes, and rivers of the West, he was raised hunting for big game (rabbits and quail) and fishing for trophy fish (bluegill and bass) in Missouri. Brad received a degree in Forest Science from the University of Missouri, and worked for the U.S. Forest Service for over 30 years, serving as District Staff, District Ranger and National Monument Ranger for Mount St. Helens, and as Forest Supervisor in Kentucky and Alaska. He also served as Regional Forester in the Pacific Southwest Region (California) and in the Northern Region (Idaho and Montana). He currently resides in Payson, Arizona. Contact Brad at bpowell@tu.org.


www.tu.org

Brad Powell, Energy and ORV Coordinator
(928) 300-5451 Brad has a deep personal and professional interest in wildlife and management of important habitats, particularly onpublic lands. He is an an active outdoor enthusiast enjoying the trails, lakes, and rivers of the West. He was raised hunting for big game (rabbits and quail) and fishing for trophy fish (blue gill and bass) in Missouri. After moving to the West he graduated to other big game and fish species to continue his interests. Brad was born in Houston, Texas, raised in Missouri, and received a degree in Forest Science from the University of Missouri. He began his working career as a wild land firefighter for the Forest Service in Arizona. He worked for the US Forest Service for over 30 years serving as District Staff, District Ranger and National Monument Ranger for Mount Saint Helens, as Forest Supervisor in Kentucky and Alaska and as Regional Forester in the Pacific Southwest Region (California) and in the Northern Region (Idaho and Montana). He currently resides in Payson, Arizona.


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