Prairie Festival Draws Crowds to Land Institute in Kansas – NYTimes.com

“It seems to me that it’s a bad move to get into a contest between optimism and pessimism,” he said of the current political tug-of-war over agriculture and the environment. “The steadying requirement is for hope.”

And the last hope, he said, is this: “That no matter how bad things get, a person of good will and some ability can always do something to make it a little better.”

via Prairie Festival Draws Crowds to Land Institute in Kansas – NYTimes.com.

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