Ms. Campbell lived for many years on South Padre Island, where she worked in public relations and fine arts businesses, as well as giving volunteer time to several conservation groups. Active with the Sierra Club’s Lower Rio Grande Valley Group, the Lower Laguna Madre Foundation, and with Frontera Audubon Society, she worked on water supply, canal dredging, wetland filling, sewage disposal, and development issues on the Island and throughout South Texas. Her special interest and expertise in the Valley’s water issues also led her to work with the Cameron County Fresh Water District and the Rio Grande Regional Water Planning Group. She was also involved on statewide environmental efforts, serving on the Executive Committee of the Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club, as well as on the founding board of Texas Audubon. On the international front, Ms. Campbell served as a member of the International Committee for the Sierra Club and of the Public Advisory Committee for the EPA U.S./Mexico Border Environmental Plan.
Interview InformationApril 25, 1998
South Padre Island,
Texas Reel 1017