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  1. Key Resource 1989-06-01 Formerly separate publications, the text and dictionary are combined into a one-volume complete guide to Shigo’s album of facts, photos, philosophies, and terminology regarding trees, their problems, and their proper care. On the basis that trees support more integrated groups of living things...  
  2. Key Resource 2001-01-20 Whether in a small backyard or a larger farm or forest, trees are vital to the web of life. Protecting and planting trees can restore wildlife habitat, heal degraded land, conserve soil, protect watersheds, diversify farm or garden products, beautify landscapes, and enhance the economic and...  
  3. 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,...  
  4. 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...  
  5. Abstract, New Phytologist, 2018 Dec Forest ecosystem methane (CH4) research has focused on soils, but trees are also important sources and sinks in forest CH4 budgets. Living and dead trees transport and emit CH4 produced in soils; living trees and dead wood emit CH4 produced inside trees by...  
  6. Abstract, Plant roots can grow anywhere-in the soil, on the surface of the soil, in the water, and even in the air. Except for the first formed roots that respond positively to gravity, most roots do not grow toward anything or in any particular direction. Root growth is essentially opportunistic...  
  7. 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...  
  8. TTFF plants fruit trees in Haiti, Jamaica, Antigua, The Bahamas, Barbados, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, St. Vincent, Suriname, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Uganda, Pakistan, and soon Dominica, U.S. Virgin Islands and Tanzania. Breadfruit trees, mango trees, many others. Our vision is seeing self-sustaining...  
  9. Success stories from Niger, China and Ethiopia have proven that it takes less than 20 years to turn deforested and depleted soil back to green and fertile land, giving its people a future again. Ensuring farmers ownership of trees and land is crucial. Cooperation, knowledge and a long-term vision...  
  10. Trees is a guide to sure, simple and straightforward identification of trees from around the world. This book includes hundreds of photographs combined with concise, informative descriptions of more than 500 trees. Easy to use and beautiful to look at - it is a definitive library for trees...