Montana Public Radio

Pioneer conservationist reflects on his 50 years of activism

Nov 7, 2013

Like many, Brock Evans fell in love with Glacier National Park the minute he set eyes on it - and his first visit there as a young man began his lifelong commitment to conservation.

Conservationist Brock Evans

Evans is a past lobbyist for the Sierra Club, and current president of the national Endangered Species Coalition. His career as an environmental activist spans 50 years. Evans returned to Montana this week to lecture and visit old friends.

"All Americans love the earth, love their land; it doesn't matter what party you are."

In this feature interview, Evans talks with News Director Sally Mauk about the environmental movement, and his ongoing passion for conservation.