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Sustainability: 5 Things to Make Logging More Sustainable

Written by , Posted in Heat, Power, Shelter, Sustainability, Sustainable Agriculture, Technology

5 Things to Make Logging More Sustainable. Wood begets many things. It is the paper we read every morning with our breakfast and the table that breakfast sits on. Wood probably makes up the walls around you and the roof over your head. Wood likely played a part in your school, your work, and even your yoga studio. Hell, wood is the only ingredient you use to wipe your arse when you go to the bathroom. And even children know that everyone poops. Logging, like agriculture isn’t inherently evil, but the heated conversations that persist over the industry would make you think so. Proponents on both sides are passionate about their argument with some in either camp falling to darker tricks of misinformation. What is certain is that there are many elements to managing our forests that include the forestry industry. When it comes to those practices, there is no […]

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Survivalism: 5 Things You Should Learn From a Prepper for Sustainability

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Are you prepared for a long winter?

Known conventionally as Preppers, survivalists can be extreme in their actions and beliefs, however if we all want to live in a sustainable society then we have to start thinking a little more about the future. If we don’t all start preparing for a better future, than it must just turn out worse. I for one would rather use these skills and elements in a sustainable world than one that’s already gone over the edge.

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