A Connecticut native and graduate of Holy Cross, Jack Sanders retired in 2014 after 45 years as an editor of the Ridgefield Press, a 140-year-old community newspaper. He's written a half dozen books of history and natural history, including "Ridgefield 1900-1950" (Arcadia), "The Secrets of Wildflowers" (Lyons), and "Hedgemaids and Fairy Candles" (McGraw-Hill). He and his wife, Sally, also a newspaper editor, live in a 250-year old farmhouse in Ridgefield.
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