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Hunt, Chuck

Chuck Hunt, a 17-year veteran of the Department of the Interior, is the Superintendent of Fort Davis National Historic Site in West Texas. He began his federal government career in 1989 as a Presidential Management Intern. He has served in a number of assignments within the National Park Service including at Big Thicket National Preserve, San Antonio Missions National Historic Park and NPS’s Office of Congressional Affairs. He also spent 11 years with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management in Washington, D.C. and in New Mexico. Chuck has written extensively in the area of natural and heritage conservation having co-authored Big Thicket People (University Texas Press, 2008) and Houston Wilderness Atlas of Biodiversity (Texas A&M University Press, 2007) as well as numerous articles in the Houston Chronicle concerning heritage conservation (2002-2007).
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