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A shady Douglas-fir forest (Photo by Jenny McCune)

What the knowledge of how trees communicate means for forest conservation

February 21, 2017

Japanese people are generally familiar with shinrin-yoku or forest bathing — the practice of being immersed in a forest. In Germany, the concept is referred to as Waldsehligkeit, a feeling of profound well-being that comes from being... Continue Reading »

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