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Rob Greenfield: Living Home Free, Dumpster Diving for a Happy, Healthier America

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Rob believes that the quality of a person’s life can be measured by the positive impact he or she has had on the world. He’s traveled to more places that most people will ever see in a lifetime. Growing up in a small town in Northern Wisconsin, Rob fostered a deep yearning to explore the world and its natural wonders. Now at the age of 27 he’s trekked the globe extensively seeking out adventure, knowledge, understanding, and experience. From solo wanders into the jungles of Southeast Asia, to self-guided safaris of Africa’s Great Plains and treks with the Komodo Dragons, he’s seen diversity and beauty first hand and is on a mission to protect it. His simple and minimalistic adventures have blossomed into a tool to affect positive change and inspire our society to be a part of the solution.

In his own words, Rob says, “Count on me to live a life that is beneficial to the earth, my community, and myself.  Count on me to inspire health and happiness and to protect the natural world. Count on me to lead by example and make mistakes.  Count on me to love, to smile, and to live freely.”

Lately, Rob’s been dumpster diving across America to raise awareness about the incredible food waste in this country and he just made his television debut on Discovery Channel’s new survival series, Tethered.

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