Chris Evans was hired with the Conservation District as the District Administrator in April of 1999.
The great-great grandchild of homesteaders in the Collins Montana area, Chris was born and raised in the Choteau, Montana area, growing up on a dryland wheat farm operation. Free time was spent outdoors, with vacations as backpack trips in the Bob Marshall Wilderness and skiing in the mountains west of Choteau.
Chris received a Bachelor of Science degree in Earth Science from Montana State University in 1992, with a major in Geography and a minor in Geology.
Chris is married to a geologist with the Montana Department of Transportation and has two grown daughters. Favorite activities include kayaking, yardwork, fly-fishing, and reading. She also takes an active interest in assisting her parents with the remains of their Teton County property, which is currently in a native CRP seeding.
Having worked for the Conservation District for since 1999 years, she can honestly say, that this job is the best job she’s ever had and has been a perfect fit for her interests. Working for the landowners of Lewis and Clark County the CD Board and with the great Conservation District community has been a great experience.
Chris can be reached directly at the office by emailing email@example.com or by calling 406-389-3884