While in college I investigated fish kills and industrial polluters. I resigned my job as Senior Environmental Analyst for the city of Newark to live outside for two-years while undertaking a 7,000 mile horseback trek across America he entitled RIDE FOR NATURE. While riding across America I worked on ranches and farms, camped on Native American Reservations, and spoke at universities and other venues. Founder of Martha’s Vineyard Magazine and Nantucket Magazine; founded Martha’s Vineyard’s first State-Certified water testing laboratory and Vineyard Environmental Research, Institute. My water research has been featured in CNN; MSNBC; MVTV; CBS; NBC; ABC; NPR; UPI; New Zealand National Radio; AP; New York Times; the Water Encyclopedia; Alternet; Care2.com; MaximsNews, and other media. Featured in several films. Author of essays published in magazines and books such as National Geographic’s Written in Water, and is author of The Holy Order of Water, Healing Earth’s Waters and Ourselves; publisher of the United Nations’ affiliated, Water Voices from Around The World; author of The History of Wind Power on Martha’s Vineyard. Awards: the International Groundwater Guardian Award; USEPA’s Citizen Activist Award; Gold Poet Award; the Ambassador For Peace award for efforts with the United Nations relative to water, and for playing Native American Flute at the International Peace and Ecology Vigil held at New York City’s historic Central Park Bandshell.
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