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Heartwood: The Art and Science of Growing Trees for Conservation and Profit

By: Rowan Reid(Author)
Publisher: Melbourne Books
Heartwood: The Art and Science of Growing Trees for Conservation and Profit
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Heartwood challenges the entrenched view that when it comes to forests, one is either a conservationist or a profiteer. Forest scientist Rowan Reid draws on over twenty years of experience and study to offer a third way: where growing trees for profit can have a positive environmental impact. He challenges the ideological poles that dominate the debate and offers a scientific view on how anyone with the necessary land and time can grow their own trees and profit from them while improving the soil, water and ecosystem. Rowan also shares the personal story and family history that lead him to his revolutionary new approach. He shares his passion for native trees and provides the practical information that readers will need to understand and grow trees of their own.

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By: Rowan Reid(Author)
Publisher: Melbourne Books
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