Roger Clark

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Roger Clark is the Air & Energy Program Director of Grand Canyon Trust, which contains the following biographical information:[1]

Roger Clark directs the Trust’s air quality and clean energy programs and our advocacy on uranium mining and natural quiet issues in the Grand Canyon. He first began working for the Trust in 1989 on actions to control air pollution from the coal-fired Navajo Generating Station, to reduce aircraft noise at the Grand Canyon, and to protect Colorado River resources downstream from Glen Canyon Dam. Roger left the Trust in 1994 to become the vice president in charge of exhibits and education at the Museum of Northern Arizona and to serve as a project director, faculty, and writer for the Center for Sustainable Environments at Northern Arizona University. He returned to our staff in January 2005. A lifetime member of Grand Canyon River Guides Association, Roger has been teaching since 1973. His undergraduate degree is from NAU’s School of Forestry, and his graduate degrees are from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.