Classic Rough News gInteresting Her background allows her to speak rather knowledgeably about the potential curatives to be found in various species I found it frustrating though that the pictures were often of plants thatrow well nearby or what the fruit looks like
than what tree itself looks like Also she focuses pretty tightly on trees that row near her in Canada I found myself wondering who her target audience is she seems to have tried to strike a balance between writing to several different audiences and falling a Bit Short For Each short for each a result Like some others I found this a beautiful and fascinating book to read on and off than straight throughrather than what
But After Reading A Numberafter reading a number the author s unreferenced and absolute statements began to wonder how credible it was For example she says of black walnuts that A single tree planted now will pay for the university education of one s randchild Having lived with well established black walnuts and consulted an arborist about their potential value I can only say I wish that were true And she states flatly that because of a chemical found around schools due to heavy traffic and because it is directly tied in with leukemia in children planting black walnut trees in school yards should be part of a bioplan for the health protection of al schoolchildren If it s true that just breathing the chemicals trees emit really can have such health benefits I d love to know a lot than she tells us here This is a beautiful book full of interesting and useful information about trees Diana Beresford Kroeger Class Warfare: Class, Race, and College Admissions in Top-Tier Secondary Schools gives information for each tree such as how each tree specifically benefits it s environment the history of the tree aboriginalNative American lore historical medicina. Combining both hands on practicality andarden philosophy Diana Beresford Kroeger a self described renegade scientist appeals to the hearts and minds of Common People: The History of An English Family gardeners everywhere Arboretum America'soal is both lofty and down to earth the salvation of the planet through the planting of trees There are many books on both of these subjects Some warn some inform while others meditate on the disappearance of the forests or the meaning of trees Few books though touch on so many aspects of trees including ways to use them in ar. Nteresting chemical products of polymerizationThis was too much for me Is she really claiming that when the satellites and radars do not detect any chance of rain in two days placing the bark in water would make the clouds appear within 48 hours This seems like it is a scientific claim in that it could be disproved
it seems like it would be easy Still I enjoyed the descriptions of how the trees row and howseems like it would be easy Still I enjoyed the descriptions of how the trees row and how relate to the rest of the forest and I support her idea of preserving the forests by purposefully planting trees in useful areas a BioPlan I just don t trust her enough *TO BELIEVE ANYTHING THAN THAT THIS *believe anything than that This A Pretty Spectacular Book a pretty spectacular book full of scientific medical and historical knowledge of plants Beresford Kroeger tells her Bioplan which promotes health for the planet with an antidote for environmental ills being planting trees There are innate chemical ualities embodied in trees that influence the environment as we live and dream that we can use to our benefit Fascinating I first heard her interviewed on a Canadian late night broadcast and said FAR OUT ot to read this bookDiana Beresford Kroeger is a botanist medical and agricultural researcher lecturer and self defined renegade scientist in the fields of classical botany medical biochemistry organic chemistry and nuclear chemistry She lives in Ontario Canada I ve taken this one out of the library about 5 times it is a Composition and Literature: Bridging the Gap gem Not only the incredibly beautiful photos of various native trees and other wildflowers but also the cultural importance of the tree its medicinal and other uses and its function in the ecosystem and relationship to other plants and animals It s a wholistic view of the web of nature than I ve ever seen elsewhere. N they look best in what native plants complement them as well as organic care and how torow themBeresford Kroeger captures the magic spell that trees cast over us Yet her holistic approach urges us to think big while acting locally so that we may someday restore the forest primevalDiana Beresford Kroeger is a botanist medical and agricultural researcher lecturer and self defined renegade scientist in the fields of classical botany medical biochemistry organic chemistry and nuclear chemistry She lives in Ontario Canad.
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Industries That Each Tree Couldthat each tree could which zones it flourishes in how to use it in bioplanning etc I have always loved trees but never before realized just how important they are to humanplanetary life This book is both a Creating Country Music: Fabricating Authenticity great coffee table book and a useful how to manual for ecologists and permacultureardeners NY Times Article This book is about among other things the medicinal uses of trees I read it as a skeptic who wanted to be convinced that this is than just new age wishful thinking I was lad to see than just new age wishful thinking I was lad to see Wilson write the introduction as he lends a bit of credibility Sadly I was left thinking that there is a lot less science in this book than I had wish for perhaps she calls herself a renegade scientist for a reason I love trees and I found her eneral descriptions and ecofunctions sections a really interesting read I was less excited about the Organic Care and Designs but I can see their use The Medicine section was interesting although
it seemed to be less about science and about Native American historyseemed to be less about science and about Native American history et the sense that her logic was The Native American s used it to treat so that is enough evidence that it worksMy biggest complaint is about a single paragraph This paragraph comes from the section on the black walnut tree on page 84Black walnut has also been used by the Seneca for rainmaking Bark that had been hit by lightning was placed in a cup of water for a few minutes Rain ensued in two days The bark was saved and dried for future use The rainmaking practice should not be discounted out of hand because the electron power and voltage in an electric strike is beyond the capacity of man The resulting fusion could very well produce some Den design as Arboretum America doesBeresford Kroeger's remedy is what she calls the Bioplan The plan consists of how each of twenty different tree roups relates to its natural environment and how these specific trees can be used to promote health or to counteract the effects of pollution and lobal warming The plan also reveals the fascinating history of these trees in Native American culture including their medicinal uses Finally the Bioplan offers practical design ideas and tips where to plant these trees what seaso. ,