Maria Popova Loved "The Things Trees Know", a Sprout Lands excerpt
Wide Ranging tree conversation with Eva Monheim and Hal Rosner on the Plant A Trillion Trees podcast.
Nikolai Astrup's metaphysics of light in his gardening and his painting.
In a dense forest, some trees can get ahead by growing out over a stream, but it takes real gymnastics to do it!
Hemlock trees even keep their own stumps alive, so the forest can keep growing.
Beech can even invade the impenetrable hemlocks.
As wild as are the roots of yellow birch, the branches of basswood are wilder. You can't keep a good basswood down.
Yellow birch roots are great travelers
The ancient commons are a model for today's urban forest.
A lecture by William Bryant Logan, author of Sprout Lands: Tending the Endless Gift of Trees, followed by a conversation with Robin Wall Kimmerer, author of Braiding Sweetgrass (2014).