Why Am I Going To Africa?
I am going to Africa because I believe the question of the survival of human culture is being answered on a small ranch in the Zimbabwe savanna, not far from the valleys of our origins.
There, a dedicated team of villagers, scientists, animal handlers, and other interested folks, are trying to recreate the conditions from which humans evolved, and upon which tomorrow’s generations are dependent.
Their action concerns the future of food production, water security, land health, and ultimately, climate change.
This group is trying, through the simplest of methods, to restore what the entire arc of humanity has done its damnedest to remove – the skin of Gaia – soil.