Scott Brennan

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Montana State Director


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Scott Brennan is the Montana State Director. During his 15-year career in conservation, Scott has worked closely with a wide array of business leaders, economic development specialists and elected officials while advocating for wilderness protection, fish and wildlife habitat restoration and sustainable economic development. He has led highly successful conservation campaigns in Montana, Alaska and at the national level. Scott has served as Campaign Director for the Bristol Bay Wild Salmon Conservation Campaign, Executive Conservation Fellow of the National Parks Conservation Association and as a consultant to the Pentagon's Environmental Security Office.

Scott holds two degrees in environmental science and has taught many university-level courses in environmental science, policy and journalism. He is an author of a major university-level environmental science textbook (Environment: The Science Behind the Stories, Pearson Education) and once taught ecology inside the Washington State Penitentiary.

Scott and his wife Angela live with their dogs Raven and Hatcher in Bozeman, Montana where they mountain bike, ski, hunt and backpack as much as possible.