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Cedric Keith

Cedric Keith is an environmental activist who serves as a policy advisor for the Heartland Institute.

Cedric Keith has spent a lifetime immersed in the workings of the eastern forests. Between 2007 and 2011 he walked through the whole native range of the brook trout and subsequently published The Dying Fish: A Sojourn to the Source.

Cedric blogs on conservation from a libertarian perspective at thedyingfish.com and speaks publicly on writing. His work has appeared in print in The Backwoodsman magazine, the literary journal Confrontation and American Angler magazine. Online, he's contributed to a wide range of outdoors, angling and freedom-oriented sites.

In 2018, Cedric founded the sharing economy startup WikiparX, a place where landowners offer permits for recreational access.

Recent Articles and Publications

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December 21, 2018
By James Taylor, Jay Lehr, H. Sterling Burnett, Tom Harris, Robert Bradley, Ron Arnold, Cedric Keith, Mischa Popoff
"The Trump administration deserves strong praise for standing up for American consumers and affordable energy." - James Taylor
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November 9, 2016
By Peter Ferrara, Michael Hamilton, Jesse Hathaway, Dr. Donald J. Devine, Lennie Jarratt, H. Sterling Burnett, Tim Benson, Robert Zubrin, Isaac Orr, Robert G. Holland, Heather Kays, Paul Driessen, Dan Miller, Larry Kaufmann, Donn Dears, Charles Battig, Brendon Swedlow, Jane M. Orient, M.D., Neal Schuerer, Bradley A. Smith, Twila Brase, Joe Cobb, Matt A. Mayer, Thomas A. Firey, Bernard (Bud) Weinstein, James H. Rust, Linda Gorman, Devon Herrick, Jason Bedrick, Nick Dranias, Lawrence H. White, Howard Segermark, James E. Enstrom, Mischa Popoff, Clifford Thies, Peter R. Cook, Charles N. Steele, Gerard Gianoli, M.D., Brian R. Forrest, M.D., Cedric Keith, Michael Schaus, Benita M. Dodd, Roger Stark, M.D., Kathy Hoekstra, Sandra Stotsky
In the November 8 election, Donald Trump won the presidency and Republicans retained control of the House and Senate. In state races, Republicans expanded their majorities in state legislatures and gubernatorial mansions.

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