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The Fifth Wave: Part 2

An agrarian economy...rises up from the soils, fields, woods, streams, rangelands, hills, mountains, backyards, and rooftops.

The Fifth Wave of Conservation: Part 1

In its time, environmentalism accomplished an astonishing amount, and the world has benefitted immensely from its diligent efforts. As with federalism, however, it reached its “bloom” and began to fade away.

The Working Wilderness

Knowledge and ethics, neither without the other, I suddenly saw, are the key to good land stewardship.

The New Ranch

Fortunately, a growing number of ranchers...are embracing a cluster of new ideas and methods, often with the happy result of increased profits, restored land health, and repaired relationships with others.

The Age of Consequences

This is a book about questions and answers.

Another Reason for a Carbon Tax

How do we create a marketplace that will pay landowners and others to double the carbon content of their soil?

Land Literacy

How many people could recognize an ecological wound if they saw one?

Coexistence: The Power of the Flerd

The power of carbon + coexistence struck me while visiting a farm in New South Wales, Australia, a few years ago.

Abundance Thinking

“It’s a cultural paradox,” said Dorn. “With lots of fertile soil, forests, water, and capable people, why can’t we make an independent, abundant living once more?”

Back-To-The-Future Agriculture: 'Farming Like the Earth Matters'

It is easy to forget that once upon a time all agriculture was organic, grassfed, and regenerative.
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