John H. Hartig

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John H. Hartig is an award-wining Great Lakes scientist. He was a 2017–18 Fulbright Scholar at Balsillie School of International Affairs in Waterloo, Ontario, and currently serves as a Visiting Scholar at University of Windsor's Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research and the Great Lakes Science-Policy Advisor of the International Association for Great Lakes Research. Hartig's book Bringing Conservation to Cities: Lessons from Building the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge won a gold medal from the Nonfiction Authors Association's Nonfiction Book Awards in the Sustainable Living category and a bronze medal from the Living Now Book Awards in the Green Living category.

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John Hartig is the John Muir Conservationist of the Year 2016, and the Michigan Nature Association's 2016 Edward G. Voss Conservation Science Award recipient. MNA’s Edward G. Voss Conservation Science Award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the scientific understanding of Michigan’s biological diversity and its conservation.

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Bringing Conservation to Cities
Lessons from Building the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge
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Michigan Nature Association Edward G. Voss Conservation Science Award , 2016
Next Generation Indie Book Award, Finalist , 2016
John Muir Conservationist of the Year, 2016
Independent Publisher Living Now Book Awards, Bronze Award (Green Living), 2015
Waterfront Porch
Reclaiming Detroit's Industrial Waterfront as a Gathering Place for All
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