THE WOODLAND WAY
The Land Is Ours
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TITLE: THE WOODLAND WAY
A Permaculture Approach
To Woodland Management
AUTHOR Ben Law
PUBLICATION October 2001
OVERVIEW This is a book for everyone who loves trees and
woodlands... Written from the heart by an innovative woodsman who is
deeply committed to sustainability, this radical book presents an immensely
practical alternative permacultural approach to woodland management. As
such, it is a significant landmark which proves that small scale temperate
systems can be economically viable, as well as being able to enhance
biodiversity and provide food. Through his personal experience, Ben Law
clearly demonstrates how you can create biodiverse, healthy environments,
yield a great variety of value added products, provide secure livelihoods
for woodland workers and farmers, and benefit the local community. He
argues the case for a new approach to planning, encouraging the creation of
permaculture woodlands for the benefit of people, the local environment and
the global climate.
Ben's brilliant book points the way forward for woodland management in the
British Isles and beyond. It covers every aspect of what is in reality
woodland stewardship, from both a practical and philosophical standpoint.
This book is set to be a classic and will surely mark a
turning point in our relationship with woods and the natural environment.
Jean-Paul Jeanrenaud Formerly Head of the Forests for Life Programme, WWF
Currently Head of the Business and Industry Programme, WWF International.
From the Foreword to The Woodland Way.
ISBN 1 85623 009 0
SIZE 235 x 165mm
ILLUSTRATIONS 116 black and white photos and 13 colour plates
PUBLISHER PERMANENT PUBLICATIONS, Hyden House Ltd.,
The Sustainability Centre,East Meon, Hampshire GU32 1HR
England Tel: (01730) 823311 Fax: (01730) 823322 Int: (+44 1730)
Email: info at permaculture.co.uk Web: www.permaculture.co.uk
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