or Gilbert, with his,
suggest that we should plant massive soil reactor systems that include lots of food forest and pasture and field crop alleys for maximum edge habitat, land texturing, sediment trapping, water infiltration, and lots of livestock interactions, with a zoned design to include abundance for wild animals too.
dwarf fruit trees and vines strategically placed to block views and cool houses"
... that these show that context and purpose trump the original idea, or expand on it into the landscapes themselves that give these plantings a greater meaning or a more pronounced actualization of their potential towards not only human needs, but the needs of the landscapes, and the greater ecological communities.
make a lot more sense than planting larger shade or fruit trees.
It is also possible to extract timber at a profit without destroying the forest so that the forest regenerates on it's own. But this is also not likely to happen due to some of those same social issues I'm not mentioning
Hugo Morvan wrote:These special men don't seem to care about those reasons and do it anyway, humbly, stubbornly, continuously.