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Heartwood: The Art and Science of Growing Trees for Conservation‎ and Profit

©2017 Rowan Reid

As a forest scientist committed to changing the way we grow timber and farmer passionate about family and community, Rowan Reid explores how growing trees for timber on farms can be an act of conservation. 

300 pages, full colour, hardback which marries the science of trees and timber with the many potential values of planted forests.

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