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Handmade Forests

Author : Hélène Cyr
ISBN : UOM:39015047491207
Genre : Photography
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Thousands of tree-planters endure bugs, bears, mud, inhospitable terrain, and severe weather to replant the nation's forests. Handmade Forests pays the respect that is due to the courageous and hardworking people who quietly plant forests where forests have been cut down, and whom we all rely upon more and more for maintaining the equilibrium of the planet. Containing over 100 gallery style black and white photographs, Handmade Forests will be of major interest to the forest industry, to environmentalists, government ministries, to photographers, and - because of its dramatic coffee-table quality - to both planters and non-planters alike. 'Tales from the trenches' make this a fascinating read, too.

Ecoforestry

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ISBN : MINN:31951P00459331P
Genre : Forest management
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Photographer S Forum

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ISBN : UOM:39015047795987
Genre : Photography
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Eating Dirt

Author : Charlotte Gill
ISBN : 9781553657927
Genre : Nature
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Winner of the BC National Award for Non-Fiction, and short-listed for both the Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction and the 2011 Hilary Weston Writer's Trust Award. Eating Dirt is an extended postcard from the cut blocks—a vivid portrayal of one woman's life planting trees, her insights into the forest industry and its environmental implications, and a celebration of the wonder of trees. Charlotte Gill spent almost twenty years working as a tree planter in the forests of Canada. During her million-tree career, she encountered hundreds of clear-cuts, each one a collision site between human civilization and the natural world. Charged with sowing the new forest in these clear-cuts, tree planters are a tribe caught between the stumps and the virgin timber, between environmentalists and loggers. Also available in paperback.

The Canadian Forum

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105022105063
Genre : Arts
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Includes critical reviews.

Bibliography Of Agriculture With Subject Index

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ISBN : UOM:39015055285202
Genre : Agriculture
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The New Sylva

Author : Gabriel Hemery
ISBN : 9781408835449
Genre : Nature
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A visually sumptuous and breathtakingly detailed book about British trees and woodland.

Alternatives Journal

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ISBN : UCSC:32106015175638
Genre : Environmental policy
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Six Million Trees

Author : KRISTEL. DERKOWSKI
ISBN : 1772441228
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Six Million Trees is an extraordinary memoir of what it's like to work as a tree planter, replanting the clear-cut forests of northern Ontario, Manitoba and the Maritimes. In equal parts bleak yet funny, and always brutally realistic, Six Million Trees follows the author and her companions as they battle blackflies, blizzards, and broken bones, through isolation, desperation, solidarity and healing. Derkowski first became a tree planter because of the money, but returned to the bush again and again because of something else she found -- a sense of meaning beyond the cookie-cutter conformity of modern life.

The Tree Lady

Author : H. Joseph Hopkins
ISBN : 9781442487277
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Unearth the true story of green-thumbed pioneer and activist Kate Sessions, who helped San Diego grow from a dry desert town into a lush, leafy city known for its gorgeous parks and gardens. Katherine Olivia Sessions never thought she’d live in a place without trees. After all, Kate grew up among the towering pines and redwoods of Northern California. But after becoming the first woman to graduate from the University of California with a degree in science, she took a job as a teacher far south in the dry desert town of San Diego. Where there were almost no trees. Kate decided that San Diego needed trees more than anything else. So this trailblazing young woman singlehandedly started a massive movement that transformed the town into the green, garden-filled oasis it is today. Now, more than 100 years after Kate first arrived in San Diego, her gorgeous gardens and parks can be found all over the city. Part fascinating biography, part inspirational story, this moving picture book about following your dreams, using your talents, and staying strong in the face of adversity is sure to resonate with readers young and old.

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