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Todd W. Brindle

Superintendent

Big Thicket Association

HQ Phone:  (409) 951-6700

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Big Thicket Association

6102 FM 420

Kountze, Texas,77625

United States

Company Description

The Big Thicket Association was incorporated in 1964 as a non-profit organization (501-C-3) and led efforts to establish the Big Thicket National Preserve. Through the years, the Association has worked for appropriations to acquire land, to build facilities, a...more

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www.bigthicket.org

Rep. Kevin Brady, Curtis Hoagland, Chuck Hunt, and new Big Thicket superintendent Todd Brindle
TODD BRINDLE NAMED SUPERINTENDENT Todd Brindle, former Superintendent at Fort Davis National Historic Site has been named Superintendent at Big Thicket National Preserve in Texas. Brindle assumed his new responsibilities April 30, 2006. New Superintendent Todd Brindle (right) with BTA Conservation Chair Bruce Drury Brindle, a 28-year veteran of the National Park Service has worked in Sequoia, Channel Islands, and Yosemite National Parks in California, Everglades National Park in Florida, and Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument in Arizona. In Texas he served at Guadalupe Mountains NP, Amistad National Recreation Area, Big Bend NP/Rio Grande Wild and Scenic River, and Fort Davis NHS. Previous experience involved many aspects of park operations, such as interpretation and visitor services, cultural and natural resources, and resource and visitor protection. Brindle earned a Bachelor's degree in political science at Penn State University and the University of Florida in 1975. Todd is married to Linda Brindle, a 22-year veteran of the National Park Service who currently works for the University of Texas at McDonald Observatory.


www.lakepowelllife.com

Todd Brindle Named New Superintendent of GCNRA
A 33-year veteran of the National Park Service and current head of Big Thicket National Preserve in Texas has been named as the new Superintendent of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Todd Brindle is slated to take over management of GCNRA at the end of this month. He replaces former Superintendent Stan Austin. Brindle's background with the Park Service is as versatile as it is extensive: he's worked in a dozen U.S. National Parks from California to Florida. Brindle began his NPS career in 1975 as a seasonal laborer at Fort Jefferson National Monument in the Florida Keys. He has since worked in Sequoia, Channel Islands and Yosemite national parks in California, Everglades National Park in Florida, and Guadalupe Mountains and Big Bend national parks in Texas. Most recently, he has been superintendent of Big Thicket National Preserve in Texas since 2006. Brindle also was superintendent of another Texas unit, Fort Davis National Historic Site, from 2003 to 2006. His other NPS duty stations have included Sunset Crater National Monument here in Coconino County.


www.wayneswords.com

Installation and Welcome Ceremony for New Superintendent of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Rainbow Bridge National Monument Page, AZ ­ Glen Canyon National Recreation Area announcced today that the Installation and Welcome Ceremony for new superintendent Todd Brindle has been set for Tuesday, March 22nd.
Brindle, a 33-year veteran of the National Park Service assumed his new position in late February. He had been serving as the superintendent of Big Thicket National Preserve, Texas since 2006 prior to this assignment. He has worked in 11 National Park Service units, gaining extensive management experience and is looking forward to working with park partners, the local communities, Arizona and Utah counties, the Navajo Nation and other associated tribes to manage and preserve the resources at Glen Canyon and Rainbow Bridge National Monument.


www.lakepowellchronicle.com

Brindle named superintendent of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
Modified: Wednesday, Jan 12th, 2011 PAGE - Todd Brindle, a 33-year veteran of the National Park Service, has been named superintendent of Glen Canyon National Recreation area in southern Utah and northern Arizona, NPS Intermountain Region Director John Wessels announced. Brindle, whose career has taken him to a dozen national park sites from Florida to California, begins his new assignment, which also includes the superintendency of Rainbow Bridge National Monument, on Feb.13. Brindle began his NPS career in 1975 as a seasonal laborer at Fort Jefferson National Monument in the Florida Keys. He has since worked in Sequoia, Channel Islands and Yosemite national parks in California, Everglades National Park in Florida, and Guadalupe Mountains and Big Bend national parks in Texas. Most recently, he has been superintendent of Big Thicket National Preserve in Texas since 2006. Brindle also was superintendent of another Texas unit, Fort Davis National Historic Site, from 2003 to 2006. His other NPS duty stations have included Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument in Arizona and Amistad National Recreation Area in Texas.


www.nationalparkstraveler.com

"The acquisition of this land brings us ever closer to completing the Big Thicket National Preserve Addition Act, which was authorized by Congress in order to connect existing preserve units, protect waterways and provide recreation opportunities for visitors," said Todd Brindle, Big Thicket's superintendent.


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