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The Trees that Made Britain An Evergreen History

By: Archie Miles(Author), Tony Kirkham(Introduction By)
247 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations
Publisher: BBC Books
The Trees that Made Britain
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As the oldest living inhabitants on the planet, trees have played a major part in the way we live today, providing both the daily oxygen we breathe and the foundation of our nations heritage. Every native tree in Britain, whether its part of a grand avenue, a thriving hedgerow, an ancient wood or a colourful orchard, tells a different story.

The Trees that Made Britain takes us on a journey of discovery to every corner of the nation. Through detailed portraits of individual tree species, author and photographer Archie Miles reveals the stories of the trees that have influenced the culture, myths and fabric of the nation.

The Trees that Made Britain is full of surprising facts on how trees have been used by man over the centuries, from the oak used in the building of HMS Victory to ancient longbows made from yew, as well as practical advice on visiting some of Britains finest living examples. The combination of rich historical material and lyrical descriptions captures the essence of our native tree species.

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Archie Miles has built a reputation in the tree world, frequently writing, photographing and lecturing for both the Tree Council and the Woodland Trust. He also has his own picture archive with over 100,000 images of trees and tree-related subjects.

By: Archie Miles(Author), Tony Kirkham(Introduction By)
247 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations
Publisher: BBC Books
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