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Restoration and Preservation | Maple Grove Hot Springs

At the beginning, middle, and end of the day, we view ourselves as an experiment in restoration.

⁠Of land, purpose, structures, and of ourselves as stewards and guests. ⁠

⁠If you visit this bend of the Bear River, you're invited to take part in that restoration, and over these past 3 years, thousands of you have played that part with care. ⁠

⁠But in the rapidly changing world in which we find ourselves, restoration alone won't be enough. ⁠

⁠In neighborhoods, wildlands, communities, and more, the future calls not just for the preservation of good things lost but also for the imagination of incredible things yet to come. ⁠

⁠Of new ways to be on and with the land. Of softer ways to be in and conduct business. Of more equal exchanges between humans and nature. ⁠

⁠Mostly, of more sustainable relationships to just about everything. If the last 3 years around here have been about restoration, the next season is about imagination. ⁠

⁠Not solely on what MORE to have, but on HOW to ensure what we have REMAINS. ⁠

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