Cork is natural but I wonder

Today started with Osho Dynamic meditation. The energy carried us through the work on our projects, a delicious lunch break and a cool jump in the river to an afternoon trip to The Land. Some roads were improved since our last visit, probably by neighbors in order to facilitate the harvesting of their cork. It was painfully visible how much nature is damaged by the passage of a bulldozer. We do not intend to strip the cork from the trees on our land, we appreciate nature the way it was designed.  Cork stripping results in severe dehydration and increases the forest fire risk. Without their bark these trees lose much of their vitality and beauty. In this picture Léa, Daiva, Sahaja, better known as Sally, Greg and Miriam.

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