shepherding the sea: the race to save our oceansEarth Dr. Reese Halter is proud to announce his 9th book ‘Shepherding the Sea: The Race to Save our Oceans’, an expose revealing the current state of the seas. Shepherding the Sea draws upon a quarter century studies and observations of Dr. Halter and four decades experience of sailing the oceans by Sea Shepherd Conservation Society founder, Captain Paul Watson.

Please join award winning broadcaster and distinguished conservation biologist Earth Dr. Reese Halter to discover why the vitality of the seas, and the protection of all sealife is crucial for our survival on this planet. With mystery, intrigue and endless passion, Shepherding the Sea is an accessible, compelling and essential read.

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*Audio book coming soon.

About Earth Dr. Reese Halter

Dr. Reese HalterEarth Dr. Reese Halter has spent the past two and a half decades studying nature in both hemispheres. He holds a PhD in eco-stress subalpine eucalypt physiology from The University of Melbourne. He is an award winning broadcaster, voice for ecology, distinguished biologist, educator, sought after public speaker and author of nine books.
Dr. Halter loves trees and knew so as a child. He practiced a tree planting ritual each springtime with his father and brother that turned into his passion and lifelong calling
Dr. Halter fervently believes that ‘all pollution and all waste are lost profit.’ And that by following nature’s flawless blueprint, every individual, small businesses, colleges, corporations and governments can significantly reduce their operating costs, erase their footprints thereby becoming environmental champions.
Humans are exquisite problem solvers: Dr. Halter believes that for every problem there are at least 3 solutions.
Earth Dr. Reese Halter is a student of anti-aging and biomimicry. He enjoys organic gardening, local beekeeper’s honey, cooking, theater, movies, racing sailboats, moon watching and spending time in the high country with the ancient-ones: Great Basin bristlecone pines. He continues to be an indispensible and passionate lover and advocate: ‘I work for nature.’