Kent Glade has experience in writing, presentations and adventures. He has been involved in the study of environmental and historical events of humanity. He offers over 30 years of experience in personal survival, resource management, urban planning and natural disaster assistance.
Many experiences have included days of adventure, such as a challenge of enduring six years in institutional orphanage, in which he jumped a moving freight train and eventually is writing a book about it! Also, educationally speaking, he earned a Bachelor’s of Science in forestry at the University of Kentucky and a Master’s in Public Administration (MPA) at the Kentucky State University. Professionally, he became a certified Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS) with the Society of Wetland Scientists.