Carl Veaux

Fishing Counselor at FL Fish

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Last Updated 12/15/2011

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William Patterson University

Master  - School Administration , Univ. of No. Colorado

Ph.D.  - Zoology , Oregon State University


Board Member  - Audubon

Board Member  - Responsible Growth Management Coalition Inc

Charter Member  - Friends of Wildlife

Board Member  - Babcock Preservation Partnership

Member  - Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife

Member of the Cape Coral Friends  - Wildlife

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CARL VEAUX: Carl was born in Scranton, PA, in 1938 and grew up in Caldwell, NJ.
He has been involved in environmental education for many years, arranging many outings for grade school children such as planting trees with them in many states and sponsoring environmental days. Carl has also been a camp counselor with 2 conservation camps; one of which served all of the Ridgewood, NJ 5th graders. He was also the Range master & fishing counselor at the FL Fish & Game Camp. Carl attended William Patterson University and Univ. of No. Colorado where he received his Master's in School Administration. He was in education for 37 years, 8 of which were as Principal. Carl was in the regular army for 3 years and 24 in the reserves. He was fortunate enough to be stationed in England, Germany, Japan, & Panama, as well as four other states. He fought fires, floods and hurricanes while in the reserves. Carl and his wife, Charlotte, moved to Cape Coral in 1980. He was very active in trying to save Babcock Ranch from development, and his goal is still to preserve ALL of the Ranch. Carl is very active in all aspects of conservation, preservation and environmental causes. He has signed many petitions and written many letters to save the wolves, dolphin, eagles, and to stop global warming. Carl is a member of several other environmental clubs; a Charter member of the Friends of Wildlife in Cape Coral, a board member for Audubon and Sie NORA DEMERS Estero Bay Agency on Bay Management Representative: Nora was born in Richmond Heights, MO in 1962. She grew up in Florissant, MO. She traveled the country and Europe tent-camping with her (large) family and on her own. She and her husband settled in a small cabin on 40 acres in Cuba MO while she earned a B.S. in Life Sciences from the University of Missouri-Rolla (1989). She then moved to Oregon to earned M.S and Ph.D. (1996) in Zoology from Oregon State University, (Corvallis) studying the acute effects of stress on immunity. Nora is an Associate Professor of Biology and Interdisciplinary studies at FGCU. She moved to Florida in 1997 to join the faculty at the nation's newest University because of the mission statement that professes environmental sustainability as a foundational characteristic of the institution. Her growth management related research interests include water quality and Gopher tortoise habitat. She has always savored the outdoors and enjoys bicycling, and disc golf. She joined RGMC in 1998 and the board in 2001.

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EARTHWORKS | NO FRACKING: Activists push delegation to ban hydraulic fracturing

Richard Silvestri of Treasure Coast Progressive Alliance in Fort Pierce was also on hand for the conference and to speak, along with Carl Veaux of Responsible Growth Management Coalition of Lee County and Dwyer, on the issue at the afternoon session of the Delegation.

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