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Tree Planting - Forests Made by HandAuthor(s): Jim Barnett
Source: Forests & People, 1999, 49(2):12-14
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe typical tree-planting scene hasn't changed much in 50 years. Workers armed with tree bags on their backs and hoedads or dibbles will line up on a frosy morning to begin the process of putting seedlings in the ground one by one.
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CitationBarnett, Jim. 1999. Tree Planting - Forests Made by Hand. Forests & People, 1999, 49(2):12-14
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