Dr. Reese Halter

Dr. Reese Halter

Broadcaster, Distinguished Scientist
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  • The Art and Science of Peace Visioning
  • Make Money: Go Green
  • Save Money: Go Green
  • Following Nature's Blue Print
  • Total Abundance in BioMimicry


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"Earth Dr. Reese Halter is an award-winning communicator, distinguished conservation biologist, broadcaster, public speaker and writer.

Dr. Reese’s love of Nature began as a child. A springtime tree-planting ritual with his father became his passion. He knew from the time he was a child that he wanted to be an Earth Doctor and has a PhD in eco-stress tree physiology from The University of Melbourne, Australia.

It became clear at a young age to Dr. Reese that there was a tremendous lack of basic information on how trees and forests function. He believed that teams of interdisciplinary problem-solving scientists needed to work together to short-circuit ecological disasters, and identify and protect fragile ecosystems.

In the 1980s, Dr. Reese founded Global Forest Science a conservation institute. Global Forest Science has enjoyed a number of triumphs; including the legislation from Ottawa to protect the threatened westslope cutthroat trout of British Columbia and Alberta; protection of the world’s largest ant colony in Japan; using trees and forests in British Columbia, Georgia, Manitoba and Wyoming as a barometer of rising global temperatures; opening an international insect quarantine facility at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia; saving New Zealand’s multi-billion-dollar forestry and agriculture industries from the Australian painted apple moth and understanding dieback of the tallest trees on Earth – California redwoods.

Through Global Forest Science, Dr. Reese visits schools and encourages children around the globe to embrace conservation, science exploration, and learning."

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