Clark Stevens, AIA

As a licensed architect and president of New West Land Company, Clark Stevens's focus is on conservation-based design and development.  He has designed buildings in four nations, and developed conservation-based land plans for over two hundred square miles of Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Colorado, South Dakota, Nebraska, California and Hawaii. Clark serves as Executive Officer of the Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains, is a past advisory board member of Montana Audubon and officer of his local Trout Unlimited Chapter. Educated at Harvard (M Arch) and the University of Michigan (B.S. in Arch), Clark has held the Eero Saarinen Chair at Michigan and has been a visiting professor at Montana State, Texas, and SCI-Arc. He currently serves on the Woodbury School of Architecture faculty as Visiting Professor of Practice, and has taught multiple drylands design studios in conjunction with ALI.