Gail Krueger was a reporter for the Savannah Morning News from 1993 to 2002. During that time, she covered environmental issues for the paper including the Okefenokee mining issue and the Savannah Harbor deepening project. After leaving the paper she became the Communications & Outreach Coordinator for NOAA's Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary in Savannah. In 2012, she moved to the Pacific Northwest and currently lives in Vancouver, WA. She frequently returns to Savannah and occasionally writes for Savannah based Capricorn Communications. She continues to be an avid kayaker and hiker.
From 1996 through 2002, I covered DuPont Co.’s scheme to mine titanium next to the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge as the environmental reporter for the Savannah Morning News. Now — as I reflect on those days and on the current Twin Pines Minerals proposition from more than two decades and 2,867 miles away — I […]