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The once and future forest by Leslie Sauer  RSS feed

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Location: North Central Michigan
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A very interesting book, kinda goes against some other thins I have read but I did find it very interesting and found some helpful information. Much of it was on large scale reforestation which was interesting but not helpful to me with only 10 acres here..but I did get some great ideas in the areas that dealt with some things more on my scale.

I highly recommend the book, it also can give you ideas in establishing a food or edible forest, however, it is definately not a food forest book...no real mention of any real food producing plants other than nuts.
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