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 n.— «The company invests in ecologically valuable ranches in the West and earns returns for investors by buying up degraded land and then enhancing it, protecting it or, in some cases, adding limited development for a net gain for the environment and for the economy. People like Keith and Palmer—influenced by the teachings of Anderson the Leal—are called “enviroprenuers” in PERC vernacular.» —“‘Enviroprenuer’ scholar to speak at Resort at Squaw Creek” by Karen Sloan Reno Journal-Gazette (Nevada) Jan. 23, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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