George R. Sprague

  • Fall 1971, Spring 1972

George R. Sprague was from 1969 until the fall of 1971 the Director of the Division of Conservation Service in the Massachusetts Department of Natural Resources. From 1967 to 1969 he was Assistant Attorney General of Massachusetts, assigned to the Division of Health, Education and Welfare. Following his graduation from Harvard in 1960, he was associated with Boston Redevelopment Authority on a part-time basis during his years at Boston University Law School and continued on full-time upon graduation. As Director of the Division of Conservation Services, he was responsible for implementing the state wetlands program. At the Institute he will do independent research on ecological issues.