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September 10, 2014 / CB

Wednesday’s Written Word

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“Reconnecting with nature is not a sentimental idea, it is a practical one, and it leads to practices–like protecting wild trout habitat–that are necessary to the future.  The oft-repeated dictum that ‘a trout is too valuable to waste’ is now part of a larger philosophy that anything in nature is too valuable to waste–red shouldered hawks and great horned owls, muskrats and wood ducks, snapping turtles and rattlesnakes, to name a few of my immediate neighbors who stake their own claims to a right to live in this world.”

~ Christopher Camuto

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  1. DAD / Sep 20 2014 1:48 pm

    As long as the trout swim we will hav ewater to drink, when the trout are gone the water will no longer be good to drink!

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