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conservationist

Story Clark Resor, American conservationist. Recipient Citizen Leadership medal National Park Foundation, 1995. Member school district committee, Jackson, since 1980; consultant Izaak Walton League American, 1980s.

Background

Resor, Story Clark was born on October 11, 1953 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Joseph Sill and Felicia (Reed) Clark.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Hampshire College, 1976.

Career

Lobbyist, Alaska Coalition, Washington, 1976-1977;planner, Teton County Planning Department, Jackson, Wyoming, 1977-1981;executive director, Jackson Hole Alliance, Jackson, 1980-1986;conservation consultant, Jackson, 1980-1988;co-director, Jackson Hole Land Trust, Jackson, 1988-1990;director protection, Jackson Hole Land Trust, since 1990. Board directors Conservation International, American Conservation Association, Tuckernuck Land Trust, Lady Bird Johnson Award Committee, Jordan Society.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: (report) Protecting Public Values on Private Lands, 1981.

Membership

Member school district committee, Jackson, since 1980. Consultant Izaak Walton League American, 1980s.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: fly fishing, gardening, travel, hiking, reading.

Connections

Married William Burnet Resor. Children: Avery, Felicia.

father:
Joseph Sill Clark

mother:
Felicia (Reed) Clark

spouse:
William Burnet Resor

child:
Avery Resor

child:
Felicia Resor