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"Seeds: One Man’s Serendipitous Journey to Find the Trees That Inspired Famous American Writers from Faulkner to Kerouac, Welty to Wharton" is dedicated to Horan’s love for “all the trees that have provided the vital wood flesh for millions of magical books throughout the ages.” Horan’s journey collecting actual seeds from famous authors’ trees is an engaging travelogue, homage, and memoir.
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Eric Rutkow’s "American Canopy: Trees, Forests, and the Making of a Nation" focuses on trees, weaving a fascinating history of our nation through the foundation of our American relationship to trees. By seeing the historical lens of American formation through trees, Rutkow’s breadth includes a conservation, historical, and philosophical focus on trees as the foundation of our communities, laws, and civic virtues and vices. Rutkow writes, “How easy it is to forget that much of American history has been defined by trees.”
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Learn how landowners can utilize new smart phone technology to detect invasive species issues early in their infestations.
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This creature can proudly claim to be the only of Ohio’s 4 species of tree squirrels that can ‘fly’ from tree to tree! That’s not all it can lay claim to. It is also the only nocturnal tree squirrel, the smallest, the most carnivorous, and in many forests is the most abundant in numbers, at times rivaling the eastern gray squirrel. This latter fact is often hard for people to believe since these small squirrels are never seen as often as the eastern gray squirrel due to their night time hours and covert behaviors.
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You can learn much more about agroforestry and how it might work for you.
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There are several online and local resources available for finding a respected forester you can hire to help meet your land management goals. Read on for details.