Chuck Leavell

Chuck Leavell is a musician, tree farmer and co-founder of MNN. He has been the keyboardist for the Rolling Stones since 1982 and he also was previously a member of the Allman Brothers Band. Leavell is an avid environmentalist and the author of Forever Green and The Tree Farmer. He has been a featured guest on CNN, The Today Show, the Fox News Channel and has been profiled by The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Fortune, PeopleForbes and The Wall Street Journal. He and his wife Rose Lane were named National Outstanding Tree Farmers of the Year in 1999 for their management of Charlane Plantation in Macon, Ga. He is a board member of the U.S. Endowment for Forest Communities and he was the keynote speaker at The Presidential Seminar and Fortune magazine’s Green Summit.
Chuck hosts MNN's video series "In the Green Room."

'America's Forests' speaks for the trees

Close encounters of the presidential kind

CHUCK LEAVELL'S LOVE OF THE LAND: How homes are becoming smarter

Chuck Leavell discusses 'Doom and Gloom'

Seeing the forest for the trees

Book by farmer and rocker Chuck Leavell advocates smart, green growth

Planting trees when not with the Stones

A green 'We Are the World'?

In the Green Room: Indigo Girls on eco-friendly touring habits

In the Green Room: Will Dailey on Farm-Aid and his music career

In the Green Room: Noreen Clough talks about the wildlife refuge service

In the Green Room: Jason Mraz on touring green