The Earth Healing Team
Al Fritsch, Director
St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church
316 Fifth Street
Ravenna, KY 40472-1312
Xavier University, B.S. (1955); M.S. (1956);
Fordham University, Ph.D. Chemistry (1964);
Bellarmine School of Theology,
Loyola University, S.T.L. (1968)
- Current Directorates / Advisorships:
Society of Jesus; Sigma Xi; Phi Lambda
Post Doctorate Research associate, University of Texas
(1969-1970); Science Consultant, Center for Study of
Responsive Law (DC) (1970-1971); Co-Director, Center for
Science in the Public Interest (1971-77); Director,
Appalachia--Science in the Public Interest (1977-2002);
Sacramental Minister at Good Shepherd Catholic Church, Frankfort (2003-2004)
Resource Policy Institute (CA);
Center for the Study of Commercialism (DC); ASPI (KY);
Environmental Resource Assessment Service (NC)
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Janet has worked in public-interest nonprofit consulting since 1997. She holds a B.S. in environmental science and biology and a Masters in social work from the University of Kentucky for which she is licensed. She has numerous academic interests and hobbies, and is a published author and photographer. (Click here for full bio.)
Mark is a highly talented professional artist and graphic designer. He has worked with ASPI - Appalachia Science in the Public Interest for 26 years. Among his acclaimed contributions are the Simple Lifestyle Calendar and Earth Healing show.
Charlie holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University. He worked for thirty years at Bell Laboratory/ATT and a has for the last decade operated the organic Windy Hill Apple Orchard.
Honoring Past Members of the Earth Healing Team
Mary Byrd Davis (1936 - 2011)
Mary holds a PhD in English with a minor in French from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an MS in library science from Simmons College. She is the author of numerous books on environmental subjects and head of Eco-perspectives, a Project of Earth Island Institute.
Sally Ramsdell (1941 - 2011)
Sally is a retired owner/operator of a successful concrete quality control business. She is an herb and vegetable grower, photographer and writer. (Click here for full bio.)
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Our principal service is to offer a Daily Reflection on pertinent
subjects. This website began in 2004 and will continue
as long as materials are available and funding permits.
The weekday Reflections cover a variety of simple living
topics and the weekend writings include homilies and
other sacred issues. A variety of essays and poems appear here as
well. I hope you find these and the other writings
offered on the website beneficial.
Peace, Fr. Al Fritsch, S.J.