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    The Champion Lands

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    The Champion Lands The former Champion Lands of Vermont consist of 132,000 acres in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. The Northeast Kingdom of Vermont has some of Vermont's most extensive areas of relitively remote and wild lands. A substantial portion of the Champion Lands are located in the the Nulhegan Basin, an extensive area of northern lowland forest and wetlands ringed by hills and mountians of moderatr elevation and drained by the Nulhegan River. The Champion Lands of Vermont are part

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    The Cmapion Land Deal

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    The Cmapion Land Deal The acquisition of the so-called “former Champion lands” resulted from one of the most complicated land deals in Vermont history. The Champion Lands in Vermont were part of a larger deal involving almost 300,000 arces in New York, New Hampshire as well as Vermont. The specifics of how the property was transferred to the current owners are relevant because in some cases the provisions of the transfer mandate certain types of management or constrain management in other ways

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    Land Ethics

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    Land Ethics in Our Communities While wading through the reserved reading in the library, I came across the article, “The Land Ethic”, which caught my eye, as well as sparked an interest deep within me. It revealed the idea that we, as humans, tend to be quite caught up in the idea of community; community between neighbors, co-workers, etc. seems to be something we strive for in our society. It seems that we have not integrated the land into our idea of community, and I feel that this is a serious

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    Land Art

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    Land Art is created by combining art and nature in a complex way. Land art is also known as Earth Art or Earthworks. This art is designed directly in the physical landscapes with the help of natural substances and organic media like leaves, stones, soil, rocks, water, logs, etc. Mechanical earth moving equipment is also used by few artists. Artists show their reaction against industrialization and urbanization through the land art. Before the origin of modern land art, it has been already created

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    LAND OF OPPORTUNITY

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    United States of America Land of Opportunity? United States of America is known as the land of opportunity for many immigrants who dare to dream of a better life. Since the beginning of American history, United States has focused more about equal opportunity than any other country. There are many people who strongly believe that once they come to the United States it is almost guaranteed to find success. For example, my relatives in Korea always ask my parents how much my family has earned so far

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    The Land is Mine

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    The author identifies and analyzes six discrete land ideologies found in the Hebrew Scriptures that have influenced its readers. (preface) In his book land refers to not only as physical realities where there is dirt and rocks, and where plants are growing, and where humans build their cities. Land refers to a social symbol with a range of meanings in which we construct its meanings for ourselves.(p.1) A subtle distinction between theology and ideology can be ; biblical theology is the doctrine

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    Land Ethic

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    Land Ethic Paper To be given a freedom of writing your own rules to help facilitate farming while using best practices of land conservation, in return, receive free services and loaned equipment. This sounded like a great idea, get people involved to make choices yielding desired result for All,even those without a voice. This opportunity given to the farmers of 1937,really caught my attention on our attitude towards land conservation . The following summary is based on my thoughts after reading

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    The promise land

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    Filipino-Americans’ struggle to chase the American Dream intrigued me most and urged me to write this critical response paper. This article sharply reminded me of my purpose for being in the United Sates and what my ultimate goals are in this promise land. The book of Exodus can be regarded as promising and liberating for immigrants chasing the American dream but is still flawed. Even though, considered as an African-American, I begin to read the book of Exodus from an African’s perspective. I mention

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    the waste land

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    The Waste Land by T.S. Eliot Part 1 - Burial of the Dead April is the cruellest month, breeding Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing Memory and desire, stirring Dull roots with spring rain. Winter kept us warm, covering Earth in forgetful snow, feeding A little life with dried tubers. Summer surprised us, coming over the Starnbergersee With a shower of rain; we stopped in the colonnade, And went on in sunlight, into the Hofgarten And drank coffee, and talked for an hour. Bin gar keine Russin, stamm'

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    The Waste Land:  Lifeless Land As The Waste Land begins, Eliot enters into the barren land, which the audience journeys across with the author through the course of the poem. "The roots that clutch" immediately evoke a feeling of desperation. Roots in the rocky soil Eliot describes are a base from which to grow; just as roots in plants gain nourishment from soil, these roots "clutch" infertile ground, desperately seeking something to gain from nothing. The question "what branches grow" suggests

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