Comment on What happens at Amish schools in the summer… by Mark.
I think this is a great use of public land as it can provide economic benefits like the old English ‘commons’ but not prone to overuse as it is eco-friendly and low tech and I think the Amish are not that greedy to destroy the land.
It might be a lesson for people who want to use US lands and Parks that are ‘under used’ for primary sector benefits (defined as agriculture and mining). That is, if it leaves a carbon footprint do not do it. But if it does not, or helps the system, it is OK