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Instructor Shares Tribal Experiences With Library Audience


Steven R. Parker, during his Madigan Library presentation on tribal experiences Steven R. Parker, an instructor of environmental technology at Penn College, presented a program in the Madigan Library on Tuesday describing his experiences helping American Indian tribes nationwide fight “agroterrorism” the intentional attempt to compromise the country’s food supply. Parker, an agroterrorism “master trainer,” was contracted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to train tribal representatives to instruct tribal police officers, fire departments and others how to respond to an agroterror event. ( Photo by Jeffrey A. Bower, the library’s virtual resources developer)

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