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Two More Environmental Features Now Being Offered
Two more environmental features now being offered
Newspaper Enterprise Association and Tribune Media Services are each offering new environmental features.
The ecology category has become a very popular one in syndication during the past couple of years (see E&P, December 8, 1990, etc.).
NEA's feature is a weekly column by National Wildlife Federation president and chief executive officer Jay D. Hair, whose organization has more than 5.3 million members and supporters. The NWF -- founded in 1936 and led by Hair since 1981 -- focuses on conserving fish and wildlife, protecting the environment, and more.
Hair's column, which comes with a photo or graphic, discusses topics such as lead in water and endangered coral reefs and frog populations.
The award-winning Hair -- who has also been involved with various other environmental committees, boards, etc. -- is former administrator of the fisheries and wildlife sciences programs at North Carolina State University and developer of the National Fish and Wildlife Policy for the U.S. Department of Interior.
Hair, a Vietnam veteran, holds a doctorate in zoology from the University of Alberta in Canada and a master's in zoology and undergraduate degree in biology from Clemson University. …