The Facebook comments about the end of the television season have been frantic lately. I’ve seen lots of comments like this:
“BIGGEST LOSER FINALE!!!! what the heck will i do every tuesday night for the next 4 months???”
I have an idea for all of you who will be having withdrawal from The Biggest Loser, Lost, American Idol, Heroes or whatever show you are addicted to. Start following Nathan.
Nathan Winters, 29, set out last week to ride his bicycle across the top of the United States from Maine to Washington state while doing good for his planet. He is going to “create preservation through exploration.”
One of the many things that Nathan hopes to do to create preservation through exploration is to:
Meet local farmers and land owners and conduct video and audio interviews. I am looking to learn first-hand and educate my audience on the issues and risks our farmers and land owners are up against in today’s tough economy, convenience-driven society and the cost of farming and maintaining land. I am also looking to stress the importance of consuming natural, organic and locally farmed foods.
Here’s one video of Sarah Smith of Grassland Organic Farm in Maine talking about why she and her husband farm organic.
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