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Ed Warner

Sand County Foundation

Ed Warner

Ed Warner is a scientist, philanthropist, conservationist and author. His career in geology culminated in his discovery of Jonah/Pinedale - the third largest gas field in the U.S. Following his business success, Ed retired and began what is now a 20-year second career in collaborative conservation and science education. His book “Running with Rhinos: Stories from a Radical Conservationist” was published in 2016. Ed has a B.S., M.S. and L.H.D. He lectures at universities, museums and other institutions around the world and has been published in five fields of science. The Warner College of Natural Resources at Colorado State University bears his name. Ed is chairman of SWIIM System, Ltd., an ag-tech water management company, is a director of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Sand County Foundation, Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and is a past trustee of several national geology society foundations.

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