From the Herald-Tribune:
Making a difference in the environment
by Heather Dunhill
After cocktails in the courtyard and hors d’oeuvres in the dining room of the Powel Crosley Estate, Dr. Meg Lowman was awarded Dictor Martin’s 2010 World of Difference Award. She was honored for her steadfast dedication to the environment and the TREE Foundation, now in its 10th year.
After a welcome by co-host Wayne Dictor, TREE president Gerri Aaron introduced Meg with words of admiration. “I stand up here to introduce a prodigious and intrepid adventurer, researcher, teacher, writer, scientist of prominence, my mentor — wise beyond her years — and my adorable friend.”