John G. focuses his non-fictional work on agricultural and public policy issues like farm subsidies, rural politics, agronomy and animal husbandry.
When not engaged with writing or research, John G. enjoys fishing, hunting, martial arts and music.
John G. is a graduate of William Paterson University. He earned a degree in geography and served an externship with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
John G. writes articles pertaining to crops, livestock, equipment and agricultural finance. Among the topics of his articles are energy production from animal manure; government programs to encourage conservation; repair of vintage tractors; and management of forage pastures. His work appears online and local community newspapers.
John G. is active in politics at the national, state and local level. Volunteering for candidate and issue-oriented campaigns, he has provided fact-checking and local research for consultants and advisors. His specialties include zoning, public works and library funding. He also writes political fiction, releasing The Schomburgk Line in 2014.
John G. worked in both sales and operational capacities of the mortgage business for nearly 15 years. Specializing in closings and collateral security, he has since contributed extensively to online consumer articles aimed at first-time borrowers who apply for FHA, VA and USDA loans. He also writes on title agency procedures.
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