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A Seed Story: Growing A Natural Enterprise

It started with a seed. In this case, a maple seed. Flung to the ground from an upper branch the previous year, tucked into the brown leaf duff on a Massachusetts hillside, it had slept through a long winter under a soft blanket of deep snow. Now that snow was beginning to liquefy and flow in the warming spring sun, soaking the seed and the ground that held it. The seed responded to the water and increasing warmth by beginning to swell, insistently bursting a single slim tendril through a crack in it its tight seed coat and sending it out and down in search of more water, always more water. It would be the seed’s single most important limit to growth throughout its life.

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