“Conservationists in Action” Interviews

The National Conservation Training Center invites prominent conservationists, writers, historians, scientists, filmmakers, and educators to discuss their work to a broad and interested public.

Background: The “Conservationists in Action” series of broadcast interviews began in 1999 at the NCTC. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Historian, Dr. Mark Madison originated and continues to host this ongoing series. Over 100 interviews have been produced, broadcast and recorded at the NCTC studio. These in-depth interviews often include film, video or photo segments. Programs are available on-demand, in a text searchable format, at: https://nctc.fws.gov/resources/knowledge-resources/video-gallery/conservation-action.html

Questions can be e-mailed to series producer, Randy Robinson.  randy_robinson@fws.gov