Lowell Baier is the Founder of Baier Properties Inc., an award-winning real estate development company, a founder of the Wild Sheep Foundation, a Trustee of the Theodore Roosevelt Association, and a member of the Boone and Crockett Club. He led the drafting of President George H.W. Bush's wildlife conservation agenda, the formation of natural resources and wildlife conservation management Ph.D. programs at five universities, and a national campaign to raise money to purchase Theodore Roosevelt's Elkhorn Ranch.
He was named Citizen of the Year of Rockville, Md., Conservationist of the Year by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, and Conservationist of the Year by Outdoor Life Magazine. Baier authored "America's Crippling Battle for Its Lands, Endangered Species, and Their Critical Habitat: Inside the Equal Access to Justice Act", and "Voices From the Wilderness: A Biography”.
Baier received a B.A. in economics and political science from Valparaiso University, and a law degree from Indiana University.
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