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Here is your weekly dose of Foraging Friday, a list of what I’m pondering and exploring. I hope you’ve had a great week! Thank you for supporting my work.
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What i’m researching
The following is an excerpt from a 2004 paper called “Nature vs. nurture: managing relationships between forests, agroforestry and wild biodiversity”.
“In western culture, ‘nature’ is often considered to be that which operates independently of people, and a major focus of development has been to bring nature under greater human control…
Despite the dominance of this view of nature, work in ecology, paleontology, forestry, history, archaeology, anthropology, and ethics is calling into question the separation of people from nature, supporting instead the age old view of many cultures that people are part of nature and that the biodiversity ”
Quote i’m pondering
“You are not Atlas carrying the world on your shoulder. It is good to remember that the planet is carrying you.” ― Vandana Shiva
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