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Nature preserves should never be named for people

The title of this post might sound a bit harsh, but here’s the thought process behind it: Humans rarely, if ever, have contributed to the long-term growth and maturation of a natural site – that’s Mother Nature’s handiwork. More often … Continue reading

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