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Plants for Soil Regeneration An Illustrated Guide

By: Sally Pinhey(Author), Margaret Tebbs(Author)
192 pages
Publisher: CABI Publishing
Plants for Soil Regeneration
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  • Plants for Soil Regeneration ISBN: 9781789243604 Hardback Mar 2022 Out of stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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This book contains 11 chapters and is an illustrated guide of plants for soil regeneration. The purpose of this book is to explore some of the ways in which plants may be used to fix or build cultivable earth, restore impoverished soil, maintain soils in good condition and decontaminate polluted soil.

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Sally Pinhey JP, MSc, SGM, FCPGFS, FLS, full member of the Association of Illustrators and the Institute of Analytical Plant Illustration. Studying Mediterranean flora led to 2 silver gilt medals, and 2 silver RHS Grenfell medals. A qualified teacher, she has been the Botanical Art instructor at Kingston Maurward College since 1998, and tutored courses at the Eden Project in Cornwall from 2000-2003. She was an invited demonstrator at Art in Action in 2002, '3 and '5. She completed her MSc at Bournemouth University with merit in 2017. Joint tutor with Margaret Tebbs since 2013, running workshops entitled "Botany for Artists" at education venues in Dorset and Hampshire. She is a Fellow of the Chelsea Physic Garden Florilegium Society, and is passionate about providing plant illustrations for scientific archives. In 2017 she co-founded the Botanical Illustration Ecology Group (BIEG) with Margaret Tebbs.

Margaret Tebbs, FLS, member of the Institute of Analytical Plant Illustration (IAPI), and freelance botanical illustrator. Until 1991, curator and taxonomist in the Botany Department, Natural History Museum, London, collecting plants and writing for Flora Mesoamericana; 1992- freelance botanical artist working for the RBG, Kew, Natural History Museum and foreign herbaria. In 2011, presented with the Jill Smythes medal (Linnean Society) for botanical artwork. Co-tutors (with Sally Pinhey) workshops entitled Botany for Artists, teaching basic botany and practical artwork. Tutors local art groups, and is on the art committee of the annual Burton Bradstock Music and Art Festival.

By: Sally Pinhey(Author), Margaret Tebbs(Author)
192 pages
Publisher: CABI Publishing
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