Wade Kearley, Author

How do we know BSCS products and services are truly effective (aside from all the great research data), and yes, even life-changing?

Meet Wade Kearley, a proud "user" of BSCS Green Version back in 1971

In 1971 in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, I studied the BSCS Green Version Biology. It was a pilot project in my school, Brother Rice High School, and my teacher was Richard Coombs. This textbook affected me in a profound way, shaping my outlook on life and the diversity and interdependencies of life on the blue planet. The depth of this textbook's impact is reflected in my most recent publication, Here's the Catch: The fish we harvest from the Northwest Atlantic.
It's a unique synchronicity too that the publisher is Boulder [Publications], considering the origins of BSCS. So please know that 40 years on, the impacts of your early work are still being felt in ways that advocate for a broader perspective in our approach to understanding the world around us and the resilient interdependence of our ecosystem."

Check out Wade's new book,
Here's the Catch: The fish we harvest from the Northwest Atlantic

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