T. William Booth


T. William Booth has been a member of the WA State Board since 2002. While heading his architectural firms he helped to developed energy conservation regulations in building design for Seattle and Washington in the 1970s. He also was founding officer for Washington Environmental Council (WEC), the Northwest Fund for the Environment, the reorganized WA Chapter of The Trust for Public Land and the Society of Architectural Historians NW. Under his leadership of the Washington Roadside Council, the Scenic Vistas Act for WA was made law, and Seattle passed its Billboard Ordinance. His firms won awards for environmental design. He also co-author two award winning books on architectural history. Bill now designs and crafts custom furniture. His special interest for The Trust for Public Land is in the "greenprint" planning process.