Maine librarian receives Sierra Club's John Muir Award

Mock Turtle writes "For 24 years, armed with documents and a vast network of contacts within government agencies and the scientific community, Vivian Newman has quietly worked behind the scenes on behalf of the nation's coasts, waters, and wetlands. Shying away from overt acts of protest, Newman prefers what she calls the "more wonky" aspects of environmentalism. "Once a reference librarian, always a reference librarian," she says. This weekend, the Sierra Club recognized her distinguished record of achievement with the organization's highest honor, the John Muir Award. The Press Herald profiles Newman and her work."

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