I am amazed by your knowledge of the outdoors. I am an env/eco major. I would love to know where you came to know so much..

. Cool, Env/Eco is really interesting.   I am listening off and on to Berkeley’s Econ C3, 001 on my commute to work in the mornings… 

Thanks for the complement. I spend a lot of time in the woods, I hike almost every day and research anything I see that looks interesting. Also people know I am a nature nerd, so conversations often end up with them teaching me what they know about nature. It’s not always right or even sane, but always worth listening to. I try not to criticize people when they are trying to teach me. I think that’s important. I read field guides all the time on a bunch of different subjects, and love to mad scientist natural medicine and bush craft to try to find out what works and why.  Right now I am rereading the Foxfire books they are a little corny but fun, and actually have some good information. 

I wish you the best in your studies and hope you always have time for the woods.
 

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