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Mr. John C. Rensenbrink

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Email: j***@***.com
Green Horizon
P.O. Box 476
Topsham, Maine 04086
United States

Company Description: Green Horizon is a foundation, a magazine, an events organizer, and a book publisher. But mostly we are a magazine. The magazine is 7 years old now. Please click...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • PhD
  • BA
    Calvin College
  • MA
    University of Michigan
  • Ph.D. , Political Science
    University of Chicago
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By John Resenbrink ..., 31 Aug 2014 [cached]
By John Resenbrink -
John Resenbrink is co-editor of Green Horizon Magazine, president of the Green Horizon Foundation, and Professor Emeritus of Government at Bowdoin College.
John Rensenbrink, Maine ..., 31 Aug 2014 [cached]
John Rensenbrink, Maine
Board of Directors | Cathance River Education Alliance, 10 Oct 2014 [cached]
Carla came to Topsham in 1965 with her husband, John, and their three children.
John Rensenbrink -
Professor Emeritus of Government, Bowdoin College. Resident of Topsham since 1965.
The Times Record, Midcoast Maine's Largest Daily Newspaper welcomes you to: News, 14 Oct 2002 [cached]
John Rensenbrink, president of the Cathance River Education Alliance, attributes the agreement to learning on both sides about environmentalism and land development.He also belongs to Topsham's Future.
"I think it has a lot to do with getting beyond stereotypes," he said.
With that understanding, Rensenbrink said, land was both developed and preserved."That's a model for the whole state and the whole country," he said.
A group of about 60 people celebrated the opening of the "Heath Loop" hiking trail in the easement Oct. 9.A heath is a large marsh, Rensenbrink said.
The loop will become one of a number of trails that will be created in the area.
Along the trails, the land will allow students to have an outdoor laboratory.The area is within walking distance of Mt. Ararat middle and high schools.
Wasileski and Rensenbrink of Topsham's Future founded the alliance, which helps teach about the Cathance watershed.
Rensenbrink, a former Bowdoin College political science professor, also helped to form the Maine Green Party in 1984.
The easement includes a 1,000-foot, 186-acre buffer area between the development and the river.Aside from a stray golf ball dropping in from the course, the two properties will remain separate.
So far, four golf holes have been completed.Wasileski plans to build 50 houses a year to reach his goal of 200 homes.
Rensenbrink said following the standards will create the least harmful environmental impact from runoff from the golf course.
Maine Green Independent Party Official Website, 24 Feb 2013 [cached]
They came in response to phone calls from Alan Philbrook and John Rensenbrink.
Philbrook and Rensenbrink had worked together on two campaigns to close Maine Yankee Nuclear Power Plant.
At the scheduled July 1985 meeting, again at the church on King Street in Augusta, only Greg Gerritt, John Rensenbrink, and Matt Tilley came.
The three decided to keep going as a statewide group, but they also decided to organize local Green groups with multiple aims (both Movement and Party) in their respective areas: Greg in the Western Mountains around Farmington, John in the Merrymeeting Bay area, and Matt in Penobscot County.
Rensenbrink ran for United States Senator in 1996 on the slogan "Don't eat the seed corn!", coupling this with a strong emphasis on campaign finance reform. He got 4% of the vote.
In the Legislative session following LaMarche's vote, Nancy Allen and John Rensenbrink successfully lobbied the Maine legislature to clear up the apparent ambiguity in the statute governing Party status.
John Rensenbrink co-founded the International Committee of the USGP in 1997 and was its first Chair; he also participates in the ongoing effort, begun in 2001, to form and develop a Global Greens organization; and participates in the development of the Federation of Green Parties of the Americas (FPVA).
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