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“A thing is right when it tends to preserve the integrity, the stability, and beauty of the biotic community. It is wrong when it tends otherwise.” ― Aldo Leopold

“Without something like a conservation or land ethic, a sacramental regard for creation, a concern for future generations beyond one’s own short span on this planet, or some other moral and ethical North Star to guide and motivate citizens, farmers, ranchers, wood lot owners, and other actors, I am not optimistic that we can succeed on the basis of strictly free-market principles alone.”
―  Tracy Mehan

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EARTH DAY – Ignore those apocalyptic Malthusians – Humans no longer dragging nuckles . . .

This Earth Day, Try Conservation Optimism Brian Yablonski Reposted from PERC  April 22, 2018 EMIGRANT, Mont.—It is Earth Day, and as I write this, I am facing out across the vast Yellowstone River Valley at mountains so brilliantly beautiful, you’d swear God deserves a raise. At night, it can...

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We Need Cheap Water!

We Need Cheap Water!

This past week, a group in California called Public Water Now, an anti-privatization movement aimed at re-municipalization of community water
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Make America’s Wildlife Great Again – Support the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act

Make America’s Wildlife Great Again – Support the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act

In some corners, the topic of the Endangered Species Act (ESA) will evoke blood-curdling screams and political rancor the likes
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The Long Winter of Climate Realism

The Long Winter of Climate Realism

Despite the gloomy and dire predictions by environmental naysayers, there is good news going into 2018.  For starters, more Republican
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Trump’s Long-Standing Friendship with an Environmental Activist

Trump’s Long-Standing Friendship with an Environmental Activist

This week the Stewardship Roundtable was pleased to welcome Ed Russo, long-time environmental advisor to President Trump and environmental activist. 
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Governor Hogan and his Environmental Chief Leading the GOP Charge on Climate

Governor Hogan and his Environmental Chief Leading the GOP Charge on Climate

Proud of my friend and former EPA boss for his leadership on array of environmental issues, including climate change.  While
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The Uproar Over Presidents and National Monuments

The Uproar Over Presidents and National Monuments

This week's action by President Trump to chop the size of two national monuments in Utah was met with equal
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A Green and Conservative (and Liberal) Solution to Climate Change

A Green and Conservative (and Liberal) Solution to Climate Change

I'm reposting in its entirety this great piece by Steven Hayward with a great TED Talk video of Michael Shellenberger. Reposted
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Brian Yablonski to Succeed Reed Watson at PERC

Brian Yablonski to Succeed Reed Watson at PERC

Brian Yablonski will succeed Reed Watson as the Executive Director of the Property and Environment Research Center (PERC), the libertarian
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Teddy Roosevelt’s Army or Edmund Burke’s Little Platoon?

Teddy Roosevelt’s Army or Edmund Burke’s Little Platoon?

Very proud of Benji Backer and his college friends who are storming the land and Washington DC to persuade the
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Sustainable Agriculture

A must view film by director, Peter Byck, titled One Hundred Thousand Beating Hearts, an inspiring story of Will Harris, owner of White Oak Pastures, in Bluffton Georgia, who shares his evolution from industrial to regenerative farmer.  This is great stuff that has the potential to revolutionize farming here in the U.S., but it will require a culture change across consumers and producers.

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