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Old 11-09-2020, 11:35 AM   #1
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Sunrise Reestablishing a Nourishing Relationship with Nature

I enjoyed this Stephen Packard video both from a practical and philosophical standpoint. It's a fresh and interesting presentation.

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Stephen Packard, Restoration Ecologist, discusses the environmental requirements for successfully reestablishing prairies and focuses on how to cultivate seeds, the germination process, and how to pollinate plants.
https://pbswisconsin.org/watch/university-place/reestablishing-a-nourishing-relationship-with-nature-scsimk/
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I enjoyed this Stephen Packard video both from a practical and philosophical standpoint. It's a fresh and interesting presentation.

https://pbswisconsin.org/watch/university-place/reestablishing-a-nourishing-relationship-with-nature-scsimk/
Great, I was wondering what to watch this evening!!!
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