Little things matter, so the more little things I can do to reduce my impact, the better the grapes will be for generations to come.

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Dear Tomorrow,

Little things matter, so the more little things I can do to reduce my impact, the better the grapes will be for generations to come.

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What we failed to do, at least early on, was to see how important it was to put those solutions together. To combine into a way forward.

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