Phenomenal pizza!! Crust is just the right balance of chewy, firm, sweet. Toppings are mind blowing. Flavor meld in your mouth is.....just go and experience for yourself!!
That sounds like a fabulous idea and I would love to attend and learn. This could indeed be turned into a teachable moment and allow us to consider the expert opinions on land management.
I freely admit that what TLC has done at Horton Grove feels wrong to me, but it is possible that I just lack the instruction and background needed to rationally come to the same conclusions that the TLC staff did when they hired a logging company to come in and clear our several acres of trees.
I would like to be an informed citizen, and as I read the comments here I felt less and less like one, despite my Bio degree from Duke that I acquired through several courses on ecology, conservation and population biology; my active reading of the past few years of TLC's website and newsletters; and my participation in multiple discussions about local land use with my friends at the EPA and Nicoholas School of the Environment.
Laura, I just want to thank you for promoting awareness and pushing TLC to further transparency on this matter. I sincerely appreciate what you've done here and am highly considering sending my annual check to TLC to IndyWeek instead this year and potentially from this point forward if KevinB and his team cannot articulate a clearer response to how they will promote awareness and transparency moving forward on their actions, especially at Horton Grove.
MichaelB, I thoroughly enjoyed your comments and responses, and you're helping promote excellent dialogue as well, helping to refine several points here. It's challenging for anyone without a Ph.D. in ecology, population biology or conservation biology to fully approach delicate matters like the one in this article and I appreciate you keeping the discussion honest and lively.
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