Author: Dave Jacke with Eric Toensmeier
Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing, 2005
Hard Cover, 8.0"x10.0", 377 pages
Ambitious and definitive, Edible Forest Gardens is the culmination of the authors' years of thinking and practical experience. It is an overview of the ecological and cultural contect for forest gardening in modern North America. This ecological exploration offers clear and specific direction for the design and management of forest gardens. Case studies bring the authors' concepts to life. It concludes with colorful descriptions of forest gardening's top 100 plant species.
Most important, this book inspires readers with its vision of an achievable Eden -- one that can be created in a rural field, a suburban yard, or even a vacant city lot. The ultimate goal of forest gardenng is nothing less than re-stitching some of the long-broken threads of our native ecosystems, regardless of where we live.
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