Lee grew up in Pennsylvania on a dairy farm in Lancaster County. In Lancaster, he served on the Board of the Hammer Creek Watershed Association helping with projects to restore several miles of eroded stream banks and working with farmers to reduce their fertilizer and pesticide costs. Lee is currently a science teacher at Eastern Mennonite School. He has a bachelor’s degree in biology and a Master in Education from Eastern Mennonite University. He and his family live on a small farm near Harrisonburg where they raise beef cows, goats, pigs and laying hens. When not at work, he is active in local quality of life issues and enjoys gardening, cooking, brewing beer and reading.
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