Kenneth Brower is an American writer known for his natural environment writings. His published works include articles with the National Geographic Society, The Atlantic Monthly, Smithsonian, Audubon, and several other periodicals.
Brower's articles have appeared in National Geographic, National Geographic Books, National Geographic Traveler, National Geographic History & Culture (online) and National Geographic Adventure. He has also published articles with The Atlantic (Formerly known as The Atlantic Monthly).
Brower is the author of several books about environmental issues and natural history. His publications include The Starship and the Canoe (1978) about the physicist Freeman Dyson and his son George Dyson; Freeing Keiko: The Journey of a Killer Whale from Free Willy to the Wild, about the Orca, Keiko, made famous by the motion picture Free Willy; And his book Yosemite: An American Treasure is in over 1,200 WorldCat libraries.
Brower is the oldest son of David Brower, who was a prominent environmentalist and the founder of many environmental organizations.