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Al Diaz and co-host William Waterway Marks share their insights on “Water Philosophy”

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William Waterway Marks was raised on an organic farm and is an award-winning author, poet, and Native American Flute performance artist. As a college undergraduate he investigated fish kills and industrial pollution of rivers. As a result of his water testing and photographic evidence - industries were indicted by Federal Grand Juries. After college, he traveled Europe and North Africa, and worked at a three-piece suit job as a Senior Environmental Analyst. He resigned his job to live outside for two-years during a 7,000 mile horseback trek across America he entitled RIDE FOR NATURE. While on this horseback trek he lived on Native American Reservations and was introduced to the flute. William founded Martha's Vineyard's first State-Certified water testing laboratory, and Vineyard Environmental Research, Institute. His water research has been featured on many major media outlets around the world. He is the author of The Holy Order of Water, Healing Earth's Waters and Ourselves; publisher of the United Nations' affiliated, Water Voices from Around The World; author of The History of Wind Power on Martha's Vineyard, and founder of Martha's Vineyard Magazine and Nantucket Magazine. In September 2009 he received the Ambassador For Peace award from the Universal Peace Federation for his work with the United Nations relative to water.