Reid is a science writer and radio producer in Pittsburgh. He covers energy and environment topics for the Allegheny Front, Western Pennsylvania’s public radio environmental news show.
Recent stories include how the Amish are embracing the shale gas boom, men looking for work on a drilling rig. Past stories include the footprint of the Marcellus shale drilling footprint on public health, forests, and university research, Also see a print version of the university research story produced with PublicSource.org.
Reid is the recipient of a 2012 Fund for Investigative Journalism grant, and a fellow at the 2011 Science Literacy Project for public radio reporters. He is the recipient of the 2011 Carnegie Science Award for reporting and analysis. His stories on smart grid and conservation helped Pittsburgh Quarterly win a 2011 Golden Quill for magazine writing.
To reach Reid Frazier, contact him at reid “dot” frazier “at” verizon “dot” net.