In Connecticut, the Department of Environmental Protection actually manages
several of its wildlife reserves as farmland -- growing grain, cutting hay
(on carefully determined schedules for the benefit of wildlife), etc. --
because this habitat is rapidly disappearing in Connecticut and is necessary
to the survival of many species of birds and other wildlife.
From: Wilson, Dale <WILSONDO@phibred.com>
>> Some of this discussion (snip) seems to reflect
>> agendas well away from the core business of sustainable
>IMO, discrete values and agendae need to be unpacked and discussed. Some
>people resist unpacking sustainability because certain values they hold
>might not garner support on their own.
>> Some of the rules and definitions tossed around seem to drift
>> off from a central concern to see that exploitation of the
>Yes. This must be the central concern. If this waits until all
>problems are fixed, wild nature will be a thing of the past.
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