Give Me Freedom

Eustace Conway resides on a remote 1,000 acre plot of land in the Appalachian high country, a place he calls “Turtle Island Preserve,” a name derived from a Native American legend that translates to “Earth Preserve.” Conway has been living a primitive lifestyle since he was roughly 17 years old. He strives to enlighten modern American by teaching people how to survive with as little impact on the environment as necessary to maintain a healthy life. With recent legal troubles Conway’s attitude and tenacity has not faltered. He believes now more than ever that change is needed to sustain American freedom.