Conservation AS TRAUMA

I’D LIKE TO TALK TRAUMA. The kind often seen trackside. Trauma, manifesting as bush maintenance and driven by the impulse to bend, break, and sacrifice something seemingly inanimate to create walking space.

We could coin it ‘conservation trauma’, stemming, ironically, from conservation cutting.

I took the

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