"Restoring the Environment? That'll Be $130,000" - an Interview With Sean Law
Over a week ago, my dad sent me an article on Longwood homeowner Sean Law and his battle to restore his piece of the Earth to a healthy ecosystem.
When I saw the piece, I felt a quick connection to the guy, particularly when he mentioned Fukuoka as an influence. So, after some finagling, I managed to reach him personally for an interview.
Before I caught up with him via phone the first time, I wondered if he was going to be one of those "crazies" that simply won't abide by the rules or make friends with neighbors, etc. You know, the kind of guy that fixes cars late at night with pneumatic wrenches while cranking up AC/DC, or the gal that stuffs her house with piles of newspapers and dead cats.
|Sean Law's inspiration, Masanobu Fukuoka|
His focus, rather than being on the way things are clunking along right now and on the codes that keep us in a cycle of cropping and poisoning... is on the future of humanity and our planet.
Here he is, in his own words:
Sign his petition by clicking here.