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Carol Van Strum, crusader against Agent Orange, wins prestigious environmental award
by Genevieve Belmaker
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14 March 2018
On 14 March 2018 Mongabay reported:
Longtime environmental activist Carol Van Strum is now also the recipient of a prestigious environmental protection award for her decades of work. Strum was awarded the international David Brower Lifetime Achievement Award for outstanding environmental and social justice work on the first of March 2018. Strum is the author of 'A Bitter Fog,' which tells the story of the fight she helped lead against aerial herbicide spraying in the Five Rivers area of Oregon, which led to a temporary ban on aerial pesticide spraying on federal forests.
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