About Me

From Trails of Central Arkansas:
"Johnnie Chamberlin was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas. As a child he often built dams in the creek near his backyard and frequently mucked around in other nearby drainage ditches despite being warned by his mother that they were contaminated with pesticides and rat poison. As he grew older, he managed to find new ways to pursue this love of splashing around in polluted waterways by researching bioremediation of Superfund sites in grad school, then studying and working on Fourche Creek in Little Rock, and finally by doing monitoring at oil spills in Michigan, Montana, and the Gulf of Mexico.

Johnnie is a Little Rock Central High graduate, has a BA in Cognitive Science from UC Berkeley, and a MS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Duke University. He is currently working towards an Environmental Dynamics PhD at UA Fayetteville. He enjoys hiking, kayaking, swimming, biking, running, traveling all over and he tries to go on at least one backpacking trip a year."

I'm interested in discussing collaborative book, blog, or other projects relating to trails, sustainability, water issues, or other environmental topics.

A whole site just about me:  johnniechamberlin.blogspot.com
Twitter:  http://twitter.com/#!/ArkansasTrails
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/johnnie-chamberlin/3/168/86a
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Mr.-Johnnie-Chamberlin/e/B0072NYWOS/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1

KUAR Arkansas Trails Spots: http://ualrpublicradio.org/topic/arkansas-trails

Articles about my work:
Fourche Creek - Trash and Treasure

Articles I wrote for a local publication: