Chuck joins the Board of Borderlands bringing a wealth of knowledge in land use planning, including growth management, governmental relations, public involvement, and planning coordination. His expertise includes environmental planning, permitting associated with federal, state, and local agencies; transportation; and land development projects. He served as the founding president for the first land trust in Utah, now known as the Utah Open Lands. As an adjunct professor for the University of Utah, Chuck taught courses in land use planning, environmental planning, growth management, and land use law. His expertise and experience have been built on over 30 years in the public and private sectors as an employee, consultant, adjunct professor, elected official and as a planning commissioner for both a city and a county. He fell in love with the desert 40 years ago and hasn’t gotten over it. He and his wife Sarah are enthusiastic part time-residents of Patagonia and spend the rest of their time in Utah.
Physical Address: 320-B School Street Patagonia, AZ 85624