In 1972 Mr. Medders produced the insightful and perceptive article on Mark Mulleian entitled "Portrait Of A Man As A Young Artist", a comprehensive study describing the artist's transcendent insights, written in a personal, novelistic style after spending a year studying the artist, his work and public reaction to his paintings.
Writer Stanley Medders, one of Americas noted conservationists and prolific writer, acclaimed for his numerous feature contributions to "National Parks Conservation Magazine" as well as to "California Living" (a special feature of the weekend editions of the San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle), became a powerful and respected voice in protecting our national parks and deserts through his writings on topics ranging from the preservation of nature's wild life, saving San Francisco Bay wetlands, to the city of Santa Cruz's solution to the problem of urban decay.