Tuesday, February 7, 2023

William H. Funk

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William holds a JD and a Master’s Degree in Environmental Policy from Vermont Law School, the country’s top environmental law facility, and has developed a reputation for explicating complex legal, policy and scientific matters in illuminating and compelling prose. His relevant areas of journalistic expertise include endangered species and habitat preservation, wildlife crime, American history, public lands management, climate change, animal cruelty, wetlands mitigation, land use, environmental law, sustainability, wilderness issues, traditional cultures, hunting and fishing, rural living and Appalachian culture. William has worked with numerous environmental NGOs and both federal and state environmental agencies, and is a skilled and eager naturalist.

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