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Fred Clark's Biography
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Divorced; 1 Child
Ann Arbor, MI
Attended, Michigan Technological University
MS, Forest Science, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1992
BS, Horticulture, Michigan State University, 1985
Assembly Member, Wisconsin State Assembly, District 81, 2008-2014
Candidate, Wisconsin State Senate, District 14, 2011
Council Member, Wisconsin Council on Forestry, 2004-present
Former Member, Rules Committee, Wisconsin State Assembly
Former Member, Speaker's Task Force on Preventing Home Foreclosures, Wisconsin State Assembly
Former Member, Tourism Committee, Wisconsin State Assembly
Minority Caucus Vice Chair, Wisconsin State Assembly, present
Vice-Chair, Membership and Policy Council, The Forest Guild, 2004-2008
Member, Board of Directors, Forest Stewards Guild, 2002-2004
Council Member, Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board, 1998-1999
Owner, Clark Forestry, Incorporated, 1995-2008
Consultant, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, 1992-1994
Forest Ecologist, The Nature Conservancy, 1990-1992
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Member, Aldo Leopold Foundation, 2001-present
Member, Forest Guild, 2001-present
Vice President, Baraboo Range Preservation Association
Member, Great Lakes Timber Professionals Association
Member, Pheasants Forever
Member, Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters
Member, National Wild Turkey Federation, 2008
Member, Society for Conservation Biology, 1998-2008
Chair, Southwest Wisconsin, Society of American Foresters, 1990-2008
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