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Who We Are: Donald M. Scott

Mr. Donald M. Scott has been a National Park Service Ranger/Naturalist, teacher in secondary and college-level schools, and the NASA aerospace educational representative for Montana, Nevada, Southern California, and Arizona. His honors include awards for blood donation, commendations from NASA Education and the National Park Service, a listing in "Who’s Who in America" and other "Who’s Who" publications, and selection as Guest Writer at the Wallace Stegner Boyhood Home, in Eastend, Saskatchewan, Canada. He is a member of the Board of Director of the CONTACT educational futures organizations and a founding member of the Honorary Board of Managers for the T-Rex Discovery Centre in Eastend, Saskatchewan, Canada. He is currently traveling the west as a volunteer for various land management agencies, including the U.S. Forest Service, the National Park Service, and the Public Lands Institute of the University of Nevada at Las Vegas and the Sawtooth Interpretive and Historical Association in Stanley, Idaho. Scott’s biography of George R. Stewart, who popularized the practice of naming storms in his 1941 ecological novel "Storm," is scheduled for publication in 2012.

A fourth-generation native of California, Scott graduated from San Francisco State University, where he earned his Master of Arts degree in Education, Secondary Credential, and Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Science and Public Speaking. Mr. Scott has two sons and two granddaughters. His brother, Raymond John Scott, is a distinguished musician in the San Francisco area.

Don Scott


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