Author: Hans Morsbach
Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing, 2002
Soft Cover, 8"x10", 222 pages
Back Cover: "Twenty-five years ago,when Hans Morsbach became interested in cultivating trees and managing small woodlands, he searched for a good how-to manual. He never found one,
so he decided to write his own someday. Based on his subsequent experience, combining research into the academic literature on forestry with his successes and failure as a small-scale
commercial tree farmer, Common Sense Forestry is an indispensible reference for anyone who owns wooded property."
This book is a no-nonsense, hands-on discussion of forest stewardship - Morsbach clearly has learned by doing and he offers the benefit of his experience right down to his favorite pruning
tools. This a down-to-earth discussion with beautiful line-drawing illustrations.
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