Forests Forever: Their Ecology, Restoration and Protection
by John J. Berger, Ph.D.
With an introduction by Charles Little,
author of The Dying of the Trees
Now available from Forests Forever Foundation and the Center for American Places at Columbia College Chicago
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Forests Forever: Their Ecology, Restoration and Protection by John J. Berger synthesizes the ideas and practices of current forestry science and management, bringing together ideas from many different disicplines — ecological, political, social, economic, anthropological — in concise, readable prose.
Forests Forever discusses how we might learn to live with forests without destroying them. It treats principles of sustainable forestry and talks about how the damage done to forests by decades of destructive mismanagement and careless overuse can be reversed.
Three 32-page galleries of contemporary color photographs by some of the most respected names in nature photography — including Gary Braasch, Daniel Dancer, Bob Herger, and Larry Ulrich — let the reader see forests in their natural splendor, as well as showing scenes of horrific and unnecessary forest destruction.
Well researched, clearly written, and with a forceful message about the fate of the world’s threatened woodlands, Forests Forever: Their Ecology, Restoration and Protection should appeal to college-level readers and to a broad public concerned with the environment and biodiversity.
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