Saving Nature’s Refuge In The Korean DMZ

How To Create A Blueprint For Peace And Abundance: turn a threat of violence into a sanctuary bridge of natural art and biodiversity

An endangered Amur leopard cub pounces on her brother. A rare crested crane flies overhead. Green canopy shelters a host of biodiversity that chitters, growls, creeps, swims, soars and grazes. This is not a wildlife park, it is the land and waters between North and South Korea. A nearly…

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Christyl Rivers, Phd.

Ecopsychologist, Writer, Farmer, Defender of reality, and Cat Castle Custodian.