rockybarker.com is the page for Rocky Barker @rockybarker.
author of Scorched Earth: How the Fires of Yellowstone Changed America. The Washington
Post says Scorched Earth, "conveys a powerful lesson about how
Americans have sought to manage the "cataclysmic forces" of forest
fires." The story has inspired a television movie, Firestorm:
Last Stand at Yellowstone that ran on A&E Network starring Scott
Foley and Richard Burgi and co-produced by Rocky.
Rocky, theformer environmental writer for the Idaho
Statesman had a blog called Letters
from the West in Boise. Bill
Moyers, included ’ Rocky in his PBS program
"Is God Green?
Rocky used to live in Wisconsin.
Check out the pictures of the sinking
house on Lake Superior.
Northwest Experience, now Rocky’s consulting firm, started as a guide service
in Wisconsin in 1977 when Rocky was the Northwest Field Editor of Wisconsin
Sportsman Magazine. He had Walt Bresette,
an artist and Chippewa activist draw his logo. Walt died in 1999 after
helping found the Green Party. Rocky kept the logo and the name now that he
lives and loves the Pacific Northwest.