Dan Sullivan is managing editor for BioCycle magazine, a publication that since 1960 has promoted growing food in sewage sludge. According to his website he is a "journalist and editor with a background in newspapers, magazines and web publishing. He worked five years at the Rodale Institute writing farm and farmer profiles, reporting on sustainable farming research and practices and networking; Chris Hill was his hiring editor. Before that Dan worked 3 ½ years as senior editor of Rodale’s Organic Gardening magazine. He holds a BS in journalism and is in the process of earning a MSES (master of science in environmental studies) with a focus on writing and communication." 
On his Linkedin website he describes himself as the "founder and editor at www.farmstory.org; consultant at Society of Environmental Journalists; grant proposal editor at Rutgers University; and, owner at Write On: Professional Editorial Services." In the past he has been an "editor at Pennsylvania Certified Organic; senior editor, www,NewFarm.org at Rodale Institute; senior editor, Organic Gardening magazine at Rodale, Inc.; and, managing Editor at Swift Newspapers." 
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- Marie Kulick, Smart Guide on Sludge Use and Food Production, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, 2008.
- Targeted National Sewage Sludge Survey: EPA-822-R-08-016 and EPA-822-R-08-018, EPA, January 2009.
- Environmental Working Group, Dumping Sewage Sludge On Organic Farms? Why USDA Should Just Say No, April, 1998.
- Environmental Working Group, Routes of Exposure sewage sludge: EWG Research on Chemicals in sewage sludge, April 30, 1998.
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