The original definition of the word “haereticus” is “able to choose.” This isn’t a simple concept. It implies or assumes that a person is able “to know” facts and the nature of a topic. In the context of environmental and ecological health and conservation, a person must know “the facts” of what is safe and what is harmful to your own person and the environment before you are “able to choose” for the best.
Haereticus Environmental Laboratory (HEL) is a non-profit scientific organization dedicated to increasing the scientific, social and economic knowledge of natural environmental habitats in order to better conserve and restore threatened environmental habitats and resources.
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HAERETICUS ENVIRONMENTAL LABORATORY
P.O. Box 92, Clifford,
Virginia 24533, USA