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Make It Till You Make It is Brendan Leonard’s Best Book. (Or, At Least, My Favorite)

Ah, the drafty corridors of Fringe’s Folly. A place where few are listening, and fewer are talking. A place where a man can say what he wants. A place where nobody exchanges commerce for goods or services, where all things uttered are unutterable truths, where the truth shall set you free. The fringe, the periphery, the… Anyway, this isn’t about Fringe’s Folly.

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Words from Doug Tompkins

For years I’ve dreamed about figuring out a way to protect Cochamo from development- whether in the form of damming, mining, timber, or industrial.  I envisioned something along the lines of what Doug and Kris Tompkins had done for other Chilean wildernesses: Parque Pumalin, or Parque Patagonia. I had visited both previously, and they left a major impact on me. The Tompkins strove

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