Frank Tainter, Ph.D. is an emeritus professor of forest pathology from Clemson University and has published more than 150 scientific articles. He describes his Peace Corps experience from 1964-1966 at the Forestry Institute in Santiago, Chile as the most significant experience of his life. During his career, he has researched causes of tree diseases in the United States, Chile, Mexico, Colombia, and Ecuador. He currently resides with his wife, María Magdalena, in Bozeman, Montana.
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