Mount Horeb’s Bill Robichaud experiments with self-sufficiency

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Mount Horeb’s Bill Robichaud experiments with self-sufficiency

Bill Robichaud has always been an adventurer. He was once the youngest falconer in Wisconsin. He spent much of his life in the mountains of Laos, working to find (and save) a wild animal so rare it is often called “the last unicorn.” From the snow-tipped mountains of Switzerland to the jungles of Vietnam, he has traveled the world. 

 

 


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