I found this old thing on my hard-drive. Might help me get focused.
I think the obvious answer is a wetland because those environments were hardest hit buy farmers. Tho interestingly I do not know much about threatened wetland species. Our rivers and shorelines face a lot of commercial & recreational pressure. A wetland also sits at an interesting intersection:
- When I visit forests I hear a lack of quality in the silence (lack of bird life)
- When I drive through the countryside I see a lack of quality in the monotonous monocultures.
- When I kayak in NZ, the water feels empty. I think for me — quality is biodiversity and the water is overfished and often polluted.
It would be magic if I could fill all three buckets with one hose.