Member Since: Dec 1, 1998
Last Login: May 30, 2020 6:36 PM
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City, State: Indiantown , SC
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Occupation: Retired soil scientist
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Affiliation: Alumnus/Alumna
School: Clemson
Major: BS (1967)
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GREATER FAMILIARITY WITH MARSHES ON THE PART OF MORE PEOPLE COULD GIVE MAN A TRUER AND MORE WHOLESOME VIEW OF HIMSELF IN RELATION TO NATURE. IN MARSHES, LIFE'S UNDERCURRENTS AND UNKNOWNS AND EVOLUTIONARY CHANGES ARE EXEMPLIFIED WITH A HIGH DEGREE OF INDEPENDENCE FROM HUMAN DOMINANCE. AS LONG AS THE MARSHES REMAIN IN MARSHY CONDITION, THEY HAVE THEIR OWN LIFE-RICH GENUINENESS AND REFLECT FORCES THAT ARE MUCH OLDER, MUCH MORE PERMANENT, AND MUCH MIGHTIER THAN MAN-





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