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Boho by the Horn

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The story of Lake Winnipeg needs a better telling. It deserves better than the lackadaisical stewardship it has received. It craves more than the news release-driven reporting which typifies this — and most — environmental stories. Many people want to know how to adjust their lives so that the lake can flourish. We want to know how the lake can once again become more than a managed aquaculture project.

Eighteen months ago I started working on this piece about the lake. I wanted to answer three questions:

  • What ’s the state of the lake now?
  • How did it get this way?
  • What’s being done to change things?

Rough Water

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The story of Lake Winnipeg needs a better telling. It deserves better than the lackadaisical stewardship it has received. It craves more than the news release-driven reporting which typifies this — and most — environmental stories. Many people want to know how to adjust their lives so that the lake can flourish. We want to know how the lake can once again become more than a managed aquaculture project.

Eighteen months ago I started working on this piece about the lake. I wanted to answer three questions:

  • What ’s the state of the lake now?
  • How did it get this way?
  • What’s being done to change things?

One Step

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The story of Lake Winnipeg needs a better telling. It deserves better than the lackadaisical stewardship it has received. It craves more than the news release-driven reporting which typifies this — and most — environmental stories. Many people want to know how to adjust their lives so that the lake can flourish. We want to know how the lake can once again become more than a managed aquaculture project.

Eighteen months ago I started working on this piece about the lake. I wanted to answer three questions:

  • What ’s the state of the lake now?
  • How did it get this way?
  • What’s being done to change things?

Cleaning Up

Burma

 

The story of Lake Winnipeg needs a better telling. It deserves better than the lackadaisical stewardship it has received. It craves more than the news release-driven reporting which typifies this — and most — environmental stories. Many people want to know how to adjust their lives so that the lake can flourish. We want to know how the lake can once again become more than a managed aquaculture project.

Eighteen months ago I started working on this piece about the lake. I wanted to answer three questions:

  • What ’s the state of the lake now?
  • How did it get this way?
  • What’s being done to change things?

Breaking Trail

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The story of Lake Winnipeg needs a better telling. It deserves better than the lackadaisical stewardship it has received. It craves more than the news release-driven reporting which typifies this — and most — environmental stories. Many people want to know how to adjust their lives so that the lake can flourish. We want to know how the lake can once again become more than a managed aquaculture project.

Eighteen months ago I started working on this piece about the lake. I wanted to answer three questions:

  • What ’s the state of the lake now?
  • How did it get this way?
  • What’s being done to change things?

Altered Landscapes

Burma

 

The story of Lake Winnipeg needs a better telling. It deserves better than the lackadaisical stewardship it has received. It craves more than the news release-driven reporting which typifies this — and most — environmental stories. Many people want to know how to adjust their lives so that the lake can flourish. We want to know how the lake can once again become more than a managed aquaculture project.

Eighteen months ago I started working on this piece about the lake. I wanted to answer three questions:

  • What ’s the state of the lake now?
  • How did it get this way?
  • What’s being done to change things?

Taunggyi

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The story of Lake Winnipeg needs a better telling. It deserves better than the lackadaisical stewardship it has received. It craves more than the news release-driven reporting which typifies this — and most — environmental stories. Many people want to know how to adjust their lives so that the lake can flourish. We want to know how the lake can once again become more than a managed aquaculture project.

Eighteen months ago I started working on this piece about the lake. I wanted to answer three questions:

  • What ’s the state of the lake now?
  • How did it get this way?
  • What’s being done to change things?

Hear the Silence

Burma

 

The story of Lake Winnipeg needs a better telling. It deserves better than the lackadaisical stewardship it has received. It craves more than the news release-driven reporting which typifies this — and most — environmental stories. Many people want to know how to adjust their lives so that the lake can flourish. We want to know how the lake can once again become more than a managed aquaculture project.

Eighteen months ago I started working on this piece about the lake. I wanted to answer three questions:

  • What ’s the state of the lake now?
  • How did it get this way?
  • What’s being done to change things?

St Ben’s on the Red

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The story of Lake Winnipeg needs a better telling. It deserves better than the lackadaisical stewardship it has received. It craves more than the news release-driven reporting which typifies this — and most — environmental stories. Many people want to know how to adjust their lives so that the lake can flourish. We want to know how the lake can once again become more than a managed aquaculture project.

Eighteen months ago I started working on this piece about the lake. I wanted to answer three questions:

  • What ’s the state of the lake now?
  • How did it get this way?
  • What’s being done to change things?

Through the Wardrobe

Burma

 

The story of Lake Winnipeg needs a better telling. It deserves better than the lackadaisical stewardship it has received. It craves more than the news release-driven reporting which typifies this — and most — environmental stories. Many people want to know how to adjust their lives so that the lake can flourish. We want to know how the lake can once again become more than a managed aquaculture project.

Eighteen months ago I started working on this piece about the lake. I wanted to answer three questions:

  • What ’s the state of the lake now?
  • How did it get this way?
  • What’s being done to change things?

Sculpting the Wind

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The story of Lake Winnipeg needs a better telling. It deserves better than the lackadaisical stewardship it has received. It craves more than the news release-driven reporting which typifies this — and most — environmental stories. Many people want to know how to adjust their lives so that the lake can flourish. We want to know how the lake can once again become more than a managed aquaculture project.

Eighteen months ago I started working on this piece about the lake. I wanted to answer three questions:

  • What ’s the state of the lake now?
  • How did it get this way?
  • What’s being done to change things?

Gold Pounders

Burma

 

The story of Lake Winnipeg needs a better telling. It deserves better than the lackadaisical stewardship it has received. It craves more than the news release-driven reporting which typifies this — and most — environmental stories. Many people want to know how to adjust their lives so that the lake can flourish. We want to know how the lake can once again become more than a managed aquaculture project.

Eighteen months ago I started working on this piece about the lake. I wanted to answer three questions:

  • What ’s the state of the lake now?
  • How did it get this way?
  • What’s being done to change things?

Lake Winnipeg Podcast Intro

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The story of Lake Winnipeg needs a better telling. It deserves better than the lackadaisical stewardship it has received. It craves more than the news release-driven reporting which typifies this — and most — environmental stories. Many people want to know how to adjust their lives so that the lake can flourish. We want to know how the lake can once again become more than a managed aquaculture project.

Eighteen months ago I started working on this piece about the lake. I wanted to answer three questions:

  • What ’s the state of the lake now?
  • How did it get this way?
  • What’s being done to change things?

Phyu

Burma

 

The story of Lake Winnipeg needs a better telling. It deserves better than the lackadaisical stewardship it has received. It craves more than the news release-driven reporting which typifies this — and most — environmental stories. Many people want to know how to adjust their lives so that the lake can flourish. We want to know how the lake can once again become more than a managed aquaculture project.

Eighteen months ago I started working on this piece about the lake. I wanted to answer three questions:

  • What ’s the state of the lake now?
  • How did it get this way?
  • What’s being done to change things?

Yeni

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The story of Lake Winnipeg needs a better telling. It deserves better than the lackadaisical stewardship it has received. It craves more than the news release-driven reporting which typifies this — and most — environmental stories. Many people want to know how to adjust their lives so that the lake can flourish. We want to know how the lake can once again become more than a managed aquaculture project.

Eighteen months ago I started working on this piece about the lake. I wanted to answer three questions:

  • What ’s the state of the lake now?
  • How did it get this way?
  • What’s being done to change things?

Eti – Kickstarter

Burma

 

The story of Lake Winnipeg needs a better telling. It deserves better than the lackadaisical stewardship it has received. It craves more than the news release-driven reporting which typifies this — and most — environmental stories. Many people want to know how to adjust their lives so that the lake can flourish. We want to know how the lake can once again become more than a managed aquaculture project.

Eighteen months ago I started working on this piece about the lake. I wanted to answer three questions:

  • What ’s the state of the lake now?
  • How did it get this way?
  • What’s being done to change things?