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Bryan Welch: Rancho Cappuccino
Philosophy and Farming with Bryan Welch
With humans living longer and technologies on the horizon that could prolong our lives even further, we must accept the necessity of our own mortality. When we do, we will finally realize the full heroic potential of our species.
For children to develop a love of nature and avoid Nature Deficit Disorder, they need to spend more time there.




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