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Living with Trees A Common Ground Handbook

Handbook / Manual Nature Writing Coming Soon
By: Robin Walter(Author), Richard Mabey(Foreword By)
280 pages, illustrations
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  • Living with Trees ISBN: 9781908213730 Paperback 2020 Available for pre-order : Due Feb 2020
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Trees and woods offer great potential for rebuilding our wider relationship with nature, reinforcing local identity and sustaining wildlife. Living with Trees is a powerful call for more trees in our lives. It is a cornucopia of artwork, useful information, poetry and new ideas: a book that is both practical and inspirational. It aims to re-engage individuals and communities with their local trees and woods, and demonstrates how caring for trees and woods can enhance local biodiversity alongside community cohesion and well-being.

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Robin Walter was a woodland officer for the Woodland Trust until 2010, when he became an independent forester. He is supported in his research by David Dixon (Specialist Advisor for Plunkett Foundation’s ‘Making Local Woods Work’ project) and Neil Sinden (who wrote In A Nutshell and is Director of CPRE London).

Handbook / Manual Nature Writing Coming Soon
By: Robin Walter(Author), Richard Mabey(Foreword By)
280 pages, illustrations
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