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Hal Flanders (deceased)

Region: Trans Pecos

Topics: Botany, Nuclear waste, Sustainable building, Recycling, Solid waste, Green Party, Government


Mr. Flanders formerly worked for AT&T and retired to Alpine, where he has become known for a variety of conservation interests, ranging from his explorations of the flora and fauna of the Big Bend, to his work promoting recycling and wastewater improvement in Alpine, his efforts in green building, his opposition to radioactive waste disposal in west Texas, and his work to help organize a local Green Party chapter to speak out on these environmental themes.



April 4, 2001
Alpine, Texas
Reel 2153 and 2154

Please see a short  Real Media video excerpt from our interview with Mr. Flanders.

Please see the video (reels 2153 and 2154) and transcript of Mr. Flander's full interview.






Conservation History Association of Texas
Texas Legacy Project

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