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Jane Gray Morrison

Jane Gray Morrison

Jane Gray Morrison

Jane Gray Morrison is an ecologist, author and filmmaker whose work has taken her to over thirty countries.

As a filmmaker, Ms. Morrison has produced numerous films for such networks as Discovery, PBS (for which she also co-directed “A Day in the Life of Ireland” for Irish Television and WNET) and Turner Broadcasting for which she served as Senior Producer for the 10-hour series, “Voice of the Planet.” Ms. Morrison recently completed a feature film documentary trilogy: “Mad Cowboy,” “No Vacancy” and “Hotspots” — all of which have aired on Public Broadcasting.

In addition to having written numerous articles and essays, Ms. Morrison’s books include A PARLIAMENT OF SOULS: In Search of Global Spirituality (co-editor); NO VACANCY: Global Responses to the Human Population Explosion (co-editor); DONKEY: The Mystique of Equus Asinus (co-author with Michael Tobias); and, SANCTUARY: Global Oases of Innocence (co-author with Michael Tobias).

For many years, Ms. Morrison has worked for the nonprofit Dancing Star Foundation.

Ms. Morrison is the co-author, along with Michael Charles Tobias, of the book GOD’S COUNTRY: The New Zealand Factor.