> Now I realize that whether something is wild or not, is arbitrary. Since
> humans have come to dominate the earth so pervasively, is there any place
> that is not, in some sense, managed by humans? Maybe a context can be said
> to be wild if it is not managed by humans at the scale of that particular
> context. Thus, if I stay on the trail at Yellowstone, my environment is not
> wild, but if I walk out of sight of the trail, my environment becomes wild.
Most land, if left alone and not meddled with by man for a season, will
by spring become wild.
Tom Armstrong email@example.com Sequera Ranch s.1892 San Gregorio, CA
Barnyard Technology--- Ideas for tomorrow -> from yesterday's scrap.
4th -> 5(+6)th gen. on family farm. Can Ag Sustain?
A ghost town stays the same: http://www.crl.com/~toma/
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