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Bill Kortum was a veterinarian and environmental activist. Thanks to his lifelong campaigns, the coast and landscapes of Sonoma County, California are extraordinarily well preserved.
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- Kovner, Guy. "Sonoma County environmentalist Bill Kortum dies at 87". Press Democrat. Press Democrat. Retrieved 21 July 2019.
- LeBaron, Gaye. "William (Bill) Kortum interviewed by Gaye LeBaron". YouTube. Sonoma State University. Retrieved 21 July 2019.