In 2009, Nathan Winters rode his bicycle across the USA on an epic journey to explore the current state of agriculture in America and document the connections between people, landscapes, and food.
Nathan is now living in Vermont, completing a book about his experience and continuing to advocate for small farms, healthy food, and a cultural identity that preserves reverence for the land.
Common Voice asked Nathan if he had advice for Sterling students and other individuals who want to pursue big dreams and make a real and lasting difference in the world. He responded with the following post. For more, please visit Nathan’s website: http://follownathan.org.
Leave your fear at the door.
Leaving fear behind is by far the most important step you need to take in order to embark on the adventure of a lifetime.
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