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REPOST: UW-Madison Alum is co-author of new book urging creative thinking about environmental issues

Jerry Apps, who earned his doctorate in curriculum and instruction from UW–Madison’s School of Education in 1967, is the co-author of a new book that is titled, “Planting an Idea: Critical and Creative Thinking about Environmental Issues.”

Apps, who wrote “Planting an Idea” with his daughter-in-law Natasha Kassulke, has won multiple writing awards including an Emmy Award. He is the author of several other books, including “Letters from Hillside Farm” and “Telling Your Story.”

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