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Author : Andy Sturgeon
ISBN : CORNELL:31924073262929
Genre : Gardening
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Gardening doesn't have to mean tangling with trellises--it's about watching seedlings come up and tinkering about outside on a summer's evening. Andy Sturgeon is a long-awaited breath of fresh air for the urban gardener, offering up lively-opinionated commentary on over 150 plants. 70 color photos.


Author : Patrick Q. Mason
ISBN : 1629721816
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Ecophysiology Of Northern Spruce Species

Author : Steven C. Grossnickle
ISBN : 0660179598
Genre : Electronic books
File Size : 59. 53 MB
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This manual offers foresters information to help them understand the performance of spruce seedlings after being planted on a reforestation site. It was written for university students taking a regeneration silviculture class, and foresters and researchers who work with spruce species.

Bloom Where You Are Planted

Author : Viv Wayne
ISBN : 9781468547917
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BLOOM Where You Are Planted ________________________________________ A garden story about overcoming your challenges It is Little Wayne s season to bloom and he is waiting to be planted in someone s garden. He looks forward to all future possibilities so he starts counting the days the sun will shine on him. However, he is facing several obstacles (challenges) in the garden which may prevent him from blooming during his intended season. What will Little Wayne do?

Planted Forests

Author : Julian Evans
ISBN : 9781845935658
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book contains nine chapters providing a synthesis of the multiple uses, impacts and sustainability of planted forests by looking at the past, outlining the present situation and highlights the outlook and issues for the future. In addition, the policy, institutional and ownership issues in planted forests are also covered.

The Man Who Planted Trees

Author : Jean Giono
ISBN : 9781473513464
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 57. 22 MB
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Jean Giono's beautiful allegorical tale is legendary. Written in the 1950s, its message was ahead of its time, inspiring readers to rediscover the harmonies of the countryside and prevent its wilful destruction. The narrator, journeying by foot across the barren plains of the lower Alps, has his thirst assuaged by the well water drawn by the shepherd Elzéard Bouffier. Here begins the subtle parable which Giono weaves of the life-giving shepherd who chooses to live alone and carry out the work of God. Over forty years the desolate hills and lifeless villages which so oppressed the traveller are transformed by the dedication of one man. All with the help of a few acorns. Giono's hope was to set in motion a worldwide reforestation programme that would rejuvenate the earth. The Man who Planted Trees is a hymn to creation and a purveyor of confidence in man's ability to change his – indeed the world's – lot.


Author : Francis J. Beckwith
ISBN : 9781585582099
Genre : Religion
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"An extremely well-researched, intellectual approach to the problem of relativism and its effect on education, public policy, and our everyday lives." --Youthworker

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