"Jim Stratton was raised in Oregon and a long-time resident of Alaska. Jim brings over 30 years of public lands advocacy experience to the TREC Board. His first wilderness battles were volunteering with the Oregon Wilderness Coalition (now Oregon Wild) during the RARE II days of the late 70s. Since moving to Alaska he’s advocated for sane forest policy in the Tongass National Forest as Executive Director of the Southeast Alaska Conservation Council and then focused statewide as Program and Finance Director of Alaska Conservation Foundation, a position he held for 11 years. After an 8 stint as Director of Alaska State Parks, Stratto now works for the National Parks Conservation Association as Senior Regional Director for Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. He is an original board member with TREC and has numerous other volunteer commitments including the board of his local land trust and he hosts the Arctic Cactus Hour every Saturday night on Anchorage public radio. " 
Resources and articles
- Training Resources for the Environmental Community Board, organizational web page, accessed April 26, 2012.