Living with Trees: A Common Ground Handbook

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Available for Pre-order. Due November 2020.
Living with Trees: A Common Ground Handbook Author: Format: Paperback / softback First Published: Published By: Little Toller Books Pages: 236 Illustrations and other contents: Colour illustrations and photographs throughout Language: English ISBN: 9781908213730 Categories: , , , , , , , Tag:

Living with Trees is a powerful call for more trees in our lives. Drawing on the many ways that people around the UK are redefining their relationship with trees and woods in the twenty-first century. From healthcare, education, ecology, art, architecture, agroforestry and conservation. It also demonstrates how caring for trees and woods enhances local biodiversity, community cohesion and well-being.

Trees and woods offer great potential for rebuilding our wider relationship with nature, reinforcing local identity and sustaining wildlife. We need more trees and woods in our lives, to lock up carbon, to mitigate flooding, to help shade our towns and cities and bring shelter, wildlife and beauty to places.

Living with Trees is filled with practical information, good examples and new ideas. It aims to inspire, guide and encourage people to reconnect with the trees and woods in their community. So we can all discover how to value, celebrate and protect our arboreal neighbours.

Common Ground is charity based in Dorset, which has been at the forefront of community conservation and environmental education in England for the last thirty years –

Weight0.536112 kg


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Author Biography

Robin Walter is a writer, forester, arborist, environmental campaigner and musician. He worked as a woodland officer for the Woodland Trust for many years and contributed to Arboreal, Little Toller's 2016 anthology of woodland writing.

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