DAVID CARLE grew up in Orange County, California, received his bachelor’s degree at UC Davis in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology, and his master’s degree from CSU Sacramento in Recreation and Parks Administration. He was a park ranger for the California State Parks for 27 years. From 1982 through 2000, at the Mono Lake Tufa State Reserve, he shared the unit ranger position with his wife, participating in the long effort to protect that Eastern Sierra inland sea from the effects of stream diversions to Los Angeles.
He is the author of:
Water and the California Dream: Historic Choices for Shaping the Future