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Six Degrees gets Watered down by internationally famous Water Philosopher William Marks

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Mr. Marks is the only official from Martha’s Vineyard ever elected to the Board of the Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions (MACC), for the protection of wetlands in over 300 communities statewide. He also received the community “Groundwater Guardian Award” from the international Groundwater Foundation, which was presented by Gilbert M. Grosvenor, Chairman of the Board of National Geographic Society. He is also recipient of the "Water Hero Award" from the World Water Rescue Foundation, and is an international water advisor to the Board of the Women International Coalition Organization (WICO) based in the UK. He founded and published 'Martha’s Vineyard Magazine' and 'Nantucket Magazine' for 6 years. Both magazines had an environmental emphasis. He is author of the History of Wind Power on Martha's Vineyard, and The Holy Order of Water, Healing Earth’s Waters and Ourselves, a philosophical, spiritual, healing book - and writes water articles and poetry for regional; national, and international publications, including 5 articles for The Encyclopedia of Water recently published by John Wiley & Sons, and has been featured on hundreds of radio and television programs, including CNN; MSNBC; ABC; CBS; NBC and many others. Mr. Marks is Editor/Publisher of Water Voices from Around The World, a book with contributions from profound water researchers and photographers from around the globe. He continues to conduct water research, travel, perform Native American flute, and speak around the world. He has researched water in 15 countries. He is currently involved with 3 documentaries for television, DVD, and theatrical release in 2008.

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