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34625Re: [Slovak-World] Rewilding Europe (and Slovakia)

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  • LongJohn Wayne
    Dec 21, 2013
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      Merry Christmas, Jack, Helene, Martin, Ben & ALL the rest of the gang [w/ the exception of one very political contributor whom I will not mention].

      Didn't want you to think I forgot you. Still abiding by a promise I made to one contributor who stated that "I never had anything positive to contribute." Therefore, I haven't. And I won't.

      Laskavy Prosim,
      As our old friend used to say,
      DtW

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      On Wed, 12/18/13, gergely <gergely@...> wrote:

      Subject: Re: [Slovak-World] Rewilding Europe (and Slovakia)
      To: Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Wednesday, December 18, 2013, 11:47 AM
















       









      


      This really sounds scary to me.  Sierra Club in
      spades.
      The last thing that the struggling economies of Central
      Europe needs is
      less progress.
      Jack Gergely
      Occupied Newport News
       

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      From:
      amiak27@...

      To: Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com


      Sent: Wednesday,
      December 18, 2013 2:01
      AM
      Subject:
      [Slovak-World] Rewilding Europe
      (and Slovakia)

       

      It seems there is a new organization (2012) out there
      dedicated to
      "ReWilding Europe" and the "natural"
      corner of NE Slovakia and SE Poland seem
      to figure in a good part of their plans. I guess they want
      to take advantage
      of the areas of Central Europe that have reverted to
      nature since the wars of
      the last centuries along with the subsequent depopulation
      of the area and the
      ethnic cleansing of the Lemkos/Rusyn in SE Poland.

      I am following
      events in that area more closely these days, having taken
      that hike through
      the backbone of the area along the Carpathian crest. By
      mot definitions it is
      largely reverting  to nature, and as in most of
      Slovakia, there is a lot
      of beauty to be enjoyed.

      A good introduction is a short writeup with
      many links for those looking for more depth is
      at:

      http://www.rewildingeurope.com/news/articles/carpathians-prepare-for-beaver-bison-and-business/

      with
      the selection of newsletters revealing their timeline and
      activities from
      Spain to Sweden.

      There is also an article on poles supporting the
      rewilding of the Carpathians
      at
      http://www.rewildingeurope.com/news/articles/poll-results-display-huge-support-for-rewilding-in-the-eastern-carpathians/

      Poll results display huge support for rewilding in the
      Eastern
      Carpathians
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