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Nov 8, 2013

Michael Catania has played a major role for three decades in New Jersey in the areas of environmental legislation, regulation and conservation. In this interview, we discuss major environmental laws, like the Pinelands Act, that Michael helped to draft when he worked for the Office of Legislative Services. We also cover his time at the NJ Department of Environmental Protection, his recent leadership in conservation projects, and his exciting new challenge as executive director at Duke Farms.

Michael has been a participant in and witness to much of the progress of the environmental movement as we know it in New Jersey. Is he discouraged by currenet events?  Listen and learn. We think you'll really like this epidsode and you may learn a good deal, too. 

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