Savanna:  How Modern Problems Were Born Out of Prehistoric Exctinctions

Savanna seeks to shed light on the connection between the human psyche, technology, and the ecosystem and answer the ancient question, why do humans feel so removed from the rest of the ecosystem?

Through the experiences of a bumbling daydreamy herder boy (that would be Nate) on cattle ranches around the world, this book pieces together a surprising response to this seemingly unanswerable question.

It was ancient human caused extinctions that led to a loss in human habitat. This loss in habitat prompted stone age people to start managing vegetation. This stone age vegetation management evolved into agriculture, and the social, psychological, and ecological repercussions of agriculture are impossible to understate.

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