We’re fortunate to learn from the related work of other forest stewards – near and far. Though the best way to learn is to walk and talk through the forests that others care for, there are also so many other ways to learn. The internet, with its ability to share information in so many forms (video, text, audio……) provides an increasingly good resource for networking forest practitioners and learners all around the world.
Here is just a sampling of three resources that fetched up in the e-mail in box just this week. We pass them along in hopes that they might be of interest.
1) News of an interesting forest business in eastern Canada: http://www.financialpost.com/m/search/blog.html?b=business.financialpost.com/2015/01/17/haliburton-forests-peter-schleifenbaum-is-a-modern-lumber-baron-but-hardly-typical/&q=Ontario%20forest%20management
2) Video about rebuilding complexity and ecological function in forests on Vancouver Island’s West Coast:
3) And finally a recently released film about the decades of innovation in Oregon’s Siuslaw National Forest:
http://alanhonick.com/seeing-the-forest-2/ Made by a friend from another life, Alan Honick
For your viewing and reading pleasure