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Charles Goodrich
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The many insights that allow Charles to write empathetically about bugs, building and being in the natural world come from acute observation of the world around him and his long tenure as a gardener for the Benton County Courthouse in Corvallis, OR.

Part 1 (23:30)

In part one, he addresses flies, bees, aphids – scorned creatures all – and responds to questions about instinct, forgotten places and “security and adventure.”

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Part 2 (23:13)

In part two, he seeks out spiders and gives the vulture a voice, and responds to questions about restoration, which he views as "restory-ing," and the relationship between science and philosophy.

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