Tim Brass, Assistant Director for Parks, Wildlife and Lands

Tim Brass

Assistant Director for Parks, Wildlife and Lands
1313 Sherman Street
Denver 80203

For the past 15 years, Tim Brass has been working in the natural resource management and land use planning field including most recently as the State Policy & Field Operations Director for Backcountry Hunters and Anglers where he managed a team of 18 field staff members and supported volunteer chapter leaders from across North America in advancing the organization's conservation and policy work. Tim also spent time doing forestry, climate change and wildlife  field research work with the U.S. Forest Service, the National Ecological Observatory and the North American Shotgunning Education Program.       

The Assistant Director for Parks, Wildlife and Lands acts as a policy advisor to the Executive Director, Deputy Executive Director, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife director regarding issues, legislation, and state and national policy developments in natural resources, parks, wildlife, trails, and outdoor recreation that impact Colorado.

Tim has a B.S. in Natural Resource Management from the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point and an M.A. in Community and Regional Planning from the University of Oregon.