Born in 1952 on an Air Force Base in Texas.Length of residency in Alaska and Juneau: 36 years and 21 years respectively.Education: Masters of Natural Resource Management, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies; Bachelors of Arts in Biology, Drake University.Occupation: Currently retired from State of Alaska; writer
WASHINGTON - By the end of this year, the world is projected to reach an unheralded but historic milestone: Half of the fish and shellfish we consume will be raised by humans, rather than caught in the wild.
Nancy Waterman recently stepped down as chair of the City and Borough of Juneau Sustainability Commission. Vice-Chair Kate Troll moved into the leadership role. "Temporarily," Troll said. Waterman was elected to the position in February.
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