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Associate Director & Managing Editor
Associate Editor & Senior Writer
Managing Editor, Bay Journal News Service
Marketing and Advertising Director
Ad Crable joined the Bay Journal in 2019, after covering the outdoors, environment and agriculture for the daily LNP newspaper in Lancaster, PA, for nearly 37 years. During that time he won some 30 statewide writing awards. Before putting down roots in Pennsylvania, he lived in eight states and three foreign countries. A journalism graduate of West Virginia University, he tries to be a good steward of forestland along the Lost River in West Virginia. He lives with his wife and two college-bound twin daughters along the Conestoga River in Lancaster, within view of an eagle’s nest.
Kathleen A. Gaskell
Tom Horton is a contributing writer and columnist for the Bay Journal. He wrote for the Baltimore Sun on environmental issues from 1972 through 2006, with a five-year time out when he ran education trips on Smith Island and wrote “Turning the Tide” for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. He is author of several books on the Chesapeake Bay, including “Bay Country” and “Island Out of Time” and numerous articles for publications that include National Geographic, Rolling Stone and the New York Times. He is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University. He teaches writing and environmental topics at Salisbury University.
Sarah Vogelsong is a staff writer with the Bay Journal. She was first introduced to agricultural and environmental concerns as a college student, when she worked on an organic farm in the Oley Valley, PA, early in the rise of community-supported agriculture. After a stint in academic publishing, she began working in local news in Central and Southside Virginia, covering communities both rural and urban. Her work has been honored numerous times by the Virginia Press Association, particularly her four-part series on the transformation of industrial Hopewell. Besides working as a staff reporter for the Caroline Progress and the Progress-Index in Petersburg, she has written for publications including the Virginia Mercury, Style Weekly, Richmond Inno, Richmond Law Magazine, and others. She sporadically blogs at her website, http://www.sarahvogelsong.com