Finding the Mother Tree: Discovering the Wisdom of the Forest
ISBN: 052565609X
EAN13: 9780525656098
Language: English
Release Date: May 4, 2021
Pages: 368
Dimensions: 1.03" H x 9.25" L x 6.25" W
Weight: 1.59 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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5
   Book is a great read, who knew?
It was a gold mine in research. The Canadian government should give her a medal. The forest service looks like rookies.
 
5
   Wonderful
A nice story about the life of Suzanne Simard and how she learned about trees along the way.
 
5
   Everyone who cares about the environment needs to read this book
There is a documentary about the scientific method of analyzing the forests and the impact of global warming.
 
5
   This book has changed my entire perception of the forest.
Ms Simard's discoveries are valuable. Most people think that vegetation is in competition for water and light. I see that cooperation and shared responsibility are the only hope for survival in the long run.
 
3
   Underwhelming
I really wanted to read this book, but I couldn't. The science of how the forest is structured is fascinating. The scientific story is more interesting than the personal story, and the latter takes up more space than I thought appropriate. I like the author's life journey, but the science is what interests me. The author comes across as a curious person, but also as passive, isolated and defensive. The honesty of her story is moving, but pales in comparison to the science of the forest.
 
5
   Learn best practices for nurturing forestry with applications that translate to home garden care
The biographical style of the book keeps the reader interested in the scientific fact that is critical to the understanding of how underground fungi facilitate the interaction and growth of a variety of plants and trees
 
5
   Tolkien was right !
Suzanne Simard blends her research and personal story into a readable book.
 
5
   Well written, and very important information for us to know about forests.
The book confirms my sense of the trees and plants in the forest. Everyone should read this book. Any biology program should have a core book.
 
5
   An inspiring story of someone doggedly pursing answers to hints and questions nature presents.
Suzanne Simard weaves her biography into her pursuit of the clues her fellow workers ignore as they clear their way to profits. Dr. Simard is determined to find solutions that may help save us all. An exciting read!
 
3
   Hard going but worth the effort.
There are 12 books about the forest and 2 books about the mother tree. A skilled editor could help this manuscript.
 
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