1. This extensive study gives botanical data about the trees and shrubs of Hawaii with a clarity that can be easily understood by everyone. The author describes the plants, gives common names, mainland equivalents--if there are any--and tells their uses in the changing world of the Pacific Islands....
  2. 1995-01-01 This field guide to commonly cultivated trees in South-East Asia is beautifully illustrated by the author's watercolours, and is an invaluable resource for those interested to know more about the domesticated trees and fruits which one finds all over the region.The book contains useful diagrams...
  3. Ivan Holliday's Field Guide to Australian Trees covers more than 400 species, representing some 80 different genera. Each entry includes notes on distribution and habitat, a description of the tree's key botanical features, and notes on its commercial use and horticulture. The book is illustrated...
  4. 1989-01-19 This field guide to the most common trees of Kenya covers some 300 indigenous and introduced species. Designed for residents and visitors to the country alike, tree descriptions are non-technical and each is accompanied by an original line drawing to aid identification.
  5. This book collect articles from around the world that discuss forest, farm, and community tree research.
  6. East Africa boasts a tremendous natural wealth of flora – indigenous, naturalized and exotic. This field guide features some 600 of the trees, shrubs, palms and mangroves commonly found in the region. Species accounts include information about habitat, bark, leaves, flowers and fruit, and general...
  7. For generations, humans have depended on trees for food, shelter, livelihood and safety.
  8. The purpose of this Web site is to better link the global members of the society, to provide information from time to time on the activities of the society and to greatly encourage communication among the members of the society. ISTF is a nonprofit organization formed in the 1950s in Washington,...
  9. The research of the World Agroforestry Centre works towards more productive, diversified, integrated and intensified trees and agroforestry systems that provide livelihood and environmental benefits, including: Enriching the asset base of poor households through farm-grown trees. Maximizing the...
  10. ITTO's action program is designed to assist tropical member countries to manage and conserve the resource base for tropical timber. It embraces aspects of SFM such as planning, reduced impact logging, community forestry, fire management and biodiversity and transboundary conservation. The...