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Learning from our Forest Elders (AUDIO & VIDEO)

“…Walking in the woods with Mike made me realize that, while I had spent a lot of time in the woods over the years, I wasn’t seeing the full picture. I fact, I was barely scratching the surface. During that semester we toured groves of old growth trees, forests he had thinned over decades, and a few forests that had been destroyed from poor management. Along the way I leaned the stories of 400-year-old White Pine stumps, American Chestnut suckers hidden deep in the woods, and of the potential for people to do good by the woods, all while harvesting timber, firewood, and other products for use….”

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Learn how to grow fruits, nuts, mushrooms, and medicine in a productive and sustainably managed woodlot.

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“At last, a comprehensive forest farming guide for cool temperate climates! The authors have done a superb job explaining forest ecology and describing how to integrate fruits, nuts, mushrooms, medicinals, animals, and more into forest systems. A must-read for anyone interested in agroforestry, forest gardening, or utilizing forests for specialty crops.”

Martin Crawford, author of Creating a Forest Garden

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