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Forests Program Coordinator
Hailing from Maryland, Edward Sinnes has worked and studied in the environmental field from Virginia up to New England for the past decade, be it living on a sailing ship, training bald eagles or teaching people to identify trees. He studied environmental humanities at Juniata College, and spent a semester in the Amazon and Galapagos before going to graduate school at Antioch University New England. There, he obtained a Master of Science in Ecological Anthropology, studying environmental values of people who live and recreate on the land in upstate New York.
Edward has been a faculty member at the University of Maryland, worked as a park ranger, as a researcher and as a wilderness guide. He is deeply interested in getting people out into America’s wilds and helping everyone see the benefits of taking a good hike in the woods and understanding the reasons we must protect them.