Practicing Precaution: On the Farm and in the Marcellus Shale
My day on our organic farm in western Pennsylvania always begins with what I like
to call "harvesting nutrients." The
chore involves raking up the brown pellets and urine-sweetened, wasted hay from
the floor of our dairy goats' living area, then hauling that product out to
gardens and fields as payment forward to a prosperous future.