Project Noah, Inc. (PNI) is a federal 501(c)3 nonprofit organization
whose primary mission is conservation education. We provide training
in diverse farming methods and varieties.
Harold Maxwell, B.S., is the CEO of Caledonia Farms, and president of Project Noah, Inc. He oversees the construction, startup, operations, and market of all farm activities. “Max” as he prefers, holds a Bachelors in Religious Studies from Western Kentucky University. He completed five university courses in viticulture and horticulture since graduating. He also received certification in Aquaponics from the University of the Virgin Islands. He is a member of World Aquaculture Society, the United States Aquaculture Society, the National Aquaculture Association and the American Tilapia Association. He is president and founder of Project Noah Inc., a 501(c)(3) Kentucky corporation. Max is married to Marge Maxwell and they have two children and five grandchildren. He is a professional mall Santa (Click to check out Santa Max on Facebook). His interests and hobbies include fly fishing, 18th century reenacting and book binding, motor cycles, Scottish history, missions, world travel, and teaching sustainable farming.
Marge Maxwell, Ph.D. is CFO of Caledonia Farms, and VP of Project Noah. She is currently a professor of Educational Technology at Western Kentucky University. Marge received her B.S. in Special Education from UGA, and her M.S. and Ph.D. from UNC-CH in Curriculum Instruction. Dr. Maxwell has been teaching for over 35 years. She has published a book, Real World Learning Framework, with two other colleagues that will be released in September 2015. Dr. Maxwell is the web master and will design and publish instructional, educational and promotional materials related to Project Noah and Caledonia Farms. Her interests and hobbies include reading, sewing, travel, and teaching techniques.
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