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Andy Kerr

NAIHC Board Member

Contact
Address:
The Larch Company, L.L.C.

Ashland Oregon & Washington DC
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Telephone: 503-701-6298
Fax: .
http://www.andykerr.net/industrial-hemp/

Information: Former executive director of Oregon Wild, the organization known best for having brought you the northern spotted owl. He retired after two decades with Oregon Wild and now consults on environmental issues and politics. Author of Oregon Desert Guide: 70 Hikes and Oregon Wild: Endangered Forest Wilderness. Participated, by invitation of President Clinton, in the Northwest Forest Conference. Work on behalf of forests has been featured in several books and a play. Featured on all major television news and morning shows and lectured at all major Oregon colleges and universities, as well as the McGeorge School of Law, Yale University and Harvard University. David Seideman, in SHOWDOWN AT OPAL CREEK, described Kerr as the “Ralph Nader of the old-growth-preservation movement.” The “state’s leading environmentalist” according to the VILLAGE VOICE. Called a “White Collar Terrorist,” by TIME, referring to his effectiveness in working within the system and striking fear in the hearts of those who exploit Oregon’s natural environment. Characterized by the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR as “one of the toughest environmental professionals in the Pacific Northwest.”Participated, by invitation of President, in the Northwest Forest Conference held in 1993. Work on behalf of forests has been featured in several books and a play. Featured on all major television news and morning shows and lectured at all major Oregon Universities, as well as the McGeorge School of Law, Yale University and Harvard University. David Seideman, in SHOWDOWN AT OPAL CREEK, described Kerr as the "Ralph Nader of the old-growth-preservation movement." The "state's leading environmentalist" according to the VILLAGE VOICE. Called a "White Collar Terrorist," by TIME, referring to his effectiveness in working within the system and striking fear in the hearts of those who exploit Oregon's natural environment. Characterized by the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR as "one of the toughest environmental professionals in the Pacific Northwest."