In Jack's previous work he retired as the director of public safety for the state of Maryland, and before that served as a military intelligence operative traveling worldwide for the armed forces. Recently, Linda retired from the Culinary Department of Gettysburg College and now takes care of the Lodge full-time with her husband. Jack's story about Bradford County is a necessary piece of information when connecting the pieces to what's happening with Natural Gas Drilling in that area.
The very real and very scary problems facing Lake Erie are not going anywhere. Agricultural runoff, sloppy development, and invasive species are all contributing to a lake that is filled with toxic chemicals and water that is at times too dangerous to swim in or drink from. This is even more terrifying when you consider that Lake Erie generates nine of the fifteen billion dollars every year in Great Lakes’ annual tourism industry.