Doug Wheeler

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Doug Wheeler's "environmental practice focuses on federal regulatory issues, with an emphasis on matters pertaining to land use and growth management; endangered species habitat, wetlands, and watershed management; water supply and distribution, including infrastructure development; management of agricultural and timberland resources; and historic preservation...

"From 1991-1999, Doug served as California’s Secretary for Resources. As a member of the Governor’s cabinet, he was responsible for all of the state’s natural and cultural resource programs administered through 18 departments, conservancies, boards, and commissions with combined budgets of nearly $2 billion and a total staff of 13,000. During his tenure, Doug developed nationally recognized strategies to integrate economic and environmental goals and to effectively manage the state’s natural resources in the face of rapid growth and development.

"Doug has worked exclusively with natural resource and environmental issues since joining the U.S. Department of the Interior in 1969, where he served for seven years as Assistant Legislative Counsel and Deputy Assistant Secretary for Fish and Wildlife and Parks. He also served as Senior Executive of nonprofit environmental and conservation organizations, including the National Trust for Historic Preservation (Executive Director, 1977-80); the American Farmland Trust (President, 1980-85); the Sierra Club (Executive Director, 1985-87); and the World Wildlife Fund (Vice President, 1987-91).

"Doug is a visiting lecturer at the Duke University School of Law and speaks frequently on environmental law and policy issues. He serves on the boards of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, the American Farmland Trust, and the National Conservation System Foundation." [1]

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  1. Doug Wheeler, Hogan & Hartson, accessed October 20, 2009.
  2. National Council, The Conservation Fund, accessed May 9, 2010.
  3. Conservation Lands Foundation Board, organizational web page, accessed January 1, 2013.