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In the past, several years of volunteerism co-ordinating a watershed group culminated with two questions (of course leading to many others); How may the human advocate for nature gain momentum in the face of constant development? (my Mazon River is located in industrial agriculture anxious to sell off to development and near the path of the Transamerican Highway project) & Is there research to support the notion the range of nature's frequencies, particularly when a human is immersed in a biodiverse habitat, tune our chakras/clear our energy bodies? Could this information support preservation of wilderness?