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The Forest Bookshelf

The Forest BookshelfMarch 2011 By Joe Rankin Today Henry David Thoreau is best remembered for Walden, the account of the time he lived alone in a cabin on the shores of the now famous pond. But Thoreau, who once said he had “traveled a great deal in Concord,” his home town, also ventured more widely….

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Forest Trees of Maine

Fresh from the Woods The 14th edition of “Forest Trees of Maine” was recently published by the Maine Forest Service. It contains a wealth of information about woody plants that grow in Maine. ‘Possibly … money well spent’ ‘Forest Trees of Maine’ celebrates 100th anniversary in 2008 By Andrew KekacsA century after it was first…