Story excerpt provided by Cincinnati Enquirer.
Written by Carrie Blackmore Smith.
Jacob Shidler came from a line of entrepreneurs, but never dreamed of becoming one.
The Fairfield High School graduate wanted to be a scientist, to get his hands dirty doing field work.
During college he discovered a calling to protect what is often considered Earth’s greatest resource: water. Shidler thought he’d become a water quality researcher working abroad.
Then, he ran into a problem and entrepreneurship found him.
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Originally published September 24, 2015.