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The Wooleen Way: Renewing an Australian resource (David Pollock, Scribe)

David Pollock, a second-generation pastoralist from Western Australia, describes a wicked environmental problem in his memoir The Wooleen Way. Animals produced for food—beef in particular—eat native grasses and plants, degrading the Australian landscape and creating conditions ripe for drought. Additionally, meat and dairy are too cheap, especially when soil degradation...

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