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Open space continuum

In 100, by Montana on November 14, 2018 at 9:42 pm

Undeveloped, untouched land: our most precious resource.

The human spirit needs places to play in, places to become whole again.

How can we deprive future generations of a chance to know the earth as nature intended?

Try as economists might, one cannot put a price tag on the true value of wild, open spaces. For the wilderness holds answers to questions we ignorant humans don’t yet know to ask.

Can we really justify destroying the last slivers of old-growth for enough palm oil to fuel America’s potato chip addiction?

If only we had the eyes to see what we’re sacrificing.

  1. Chilling truth.

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