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September 27th 2010:Gerald Barnes

Gerald Barnes talking about Forest and Water Resource Stewardship/ Kathleen Cooper with Global Water on World Wide Water Crisis solutions Gerald Barnes feels the forests and the water resources of the world are interdependent. A healthy and vigorous forest base cannot exist without a stable and abundant water base. The reverse is true. The continued existence of an extensive land base of woody-stemmed, long-living plants is essential if the biotic environment as we know it, and depend on it, is to continue to exist, learn more at and GLOBAL WATER was founded in 1

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Gerald D. Barnes

“Jerry” grew up and attended school in Grants Pass, Oregon. His family came to Southern Oregon as pioneers. He worked for the U.S. Forest Service while attending college as a Biology Major at Southern Oregon College and later at Oregon State University. After marriage in 1959, Jerry returned to the USFS on a permanent basis as the first Forestry Technician in that organization. From his first summer job in 1953 to the present, Jerry has worked at least part-time each year in Forest Genetics Programming in the Pacific Northwest Region. After working in the White Pine Ribes Eradication Program in the 1950s, Jerry became the South Zone (Oregon State) Manager of the White Pine Resist
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Global Water

Global Water is based upon the belief that the lack of access to safe drinking water is the primary cause of hunger, disease and poverty throughout the world. Founded in 1982, Global Water is a volunteer-based, international, non-profit humanitarian organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status in the United States. We’re focused on providing safe water supplies, sanitation and hygiene facilities, and related health programs for rural villages and schools in developing countries. Our program is designed to create safe water supplies in rural villages to enable the rural poor to help themselves. To achieve this goal, Global Water’s strategy is to provide permanent solutions to a region’s
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