Children Are The Future Stewards Of Our Natural Resources — So Long As Their Parents Are Right Now

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Are parents talking to their children about natural resources and the issues they face? This is a question that has nagged me for some time. I’m not a parent, but I love kids. More specifically, I love what kids bring to the table: innocent hope and brutal honesty. When it comes to some of the issues I hold most dear…

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Hobbies include running a lot, drinking all of the coffee, and disappointing my mother.

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