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Top Environmental Prize Goes to Berea's Craig Williams

The Goldman Environmental Prize, the world's largest prize honoring grassroots environmentalists, has been awarded to chemical weapons foe Craig Williams of Berea, Kentucky. Five other environmental activists from around the world were also honored recently at an awards ceremony in San Francisco. In November 2005, Producer/Director Tom Dusenbery hired Neil Kesterson of Dynamix Productions as location recordist for a video that would detail Mr. Williams' efforts to stop the military from burning chemical weapons at its Richmond, Kentucky base. Jim Iacona, who has worked on numerous profiles for the Goldman Prize, was videographer. A profile, photos, and a forthcoming video are available on the Goldman Environmental Prize web site.

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Director Tom Dusenberry and Craig Williams outside of the Blue Grass Army Depot in Richmond, KY.



Videographer Jim Iacona and Director Tom Dusenbery in downtown Richmond, KY.
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