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Earl Burnam

Region: Crosstimbers

Education, Non-profits, Government

Mr. Burnam is a resident of Fort Worth, a retired engineering manager at General Dynamics, and a veteran activist with both the Fort Worth Audubon Society and the Fort Worth Sierra Club chapter. His conservation work has touched on concerns about nuclear power at Comanche Peak, floodplain development and wetland protection along the Trinity River, clean air in the DFW Metroplex, and other topics. Throughout, he has sought to show how citizens can be involved in public decisions, whether through speaking to local community groups or through contacting elected and agency officials. 


October 13, 2000
Fort Worth, Texas
Reels 2100 and 2101

Please see a brief Real Media video excerpt from our interview with Mr. Burnam.

Please see the video (reels 2100 and 2101) or the  transcript of Mr. Burnam's full joint  interview with Alma  Burnam.






Conservation History Association of Texas
Texas Legacy Project

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