The Hidden Life of Trees

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Peter Wohlleben, Tim Flannery (Foreword by)
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A forester's fascinating stories backed by the latest scientific research illustrate how trees nurture and talk to each other.In this international bestseller – which has sold more than 320,000 copies in Germany alone – forester and author Peter Wohlleben draws on groundbreaking scientific discoveries to reveal the ways in which trees are like human families and communities: tree parents live together with their children, communicate with them, support them as they grow, share nutrients with those who are sick or struggling, and even warn each other of impending dangers.Wohlleben describes how these discoveries have informed his own practices in his forestry work: a happy forest is a healthy forest, and we need to recognise and nurture these relationships to support sustainable development.With their newfound understanding of the delightfully complex life of trees, readers will never be able to look at a walk in the woods the same way again.With a foreword by Tim FlanneryAbout the AuthorPeter Wohlleben spent over twenty years working for the forestry commission in before leaving to put his ideas of ecology into practice. He now runs an environmentally friendly woodland in Germany, where he is working for the return of primeval forests. He is the author of numerous books about trees.

The New York Times ran a profile of Wohlleben in January, 2016. Peter Wohlleben has changed all that: in THE HIDDEN LIFE OF TREES he opens our eyes to the hidden world of the woods. When Peter Wohlleben published his book "The Hidden Life of Trees" in 2015, he stormed all the bestseller charts overnight: no-one had ever written about the German woods like the forester from the parish of Wershofen before.

Trees, have a sense of time, have memories, taste, smell, feel, explore, see, and hear, but not like we do. Trees even move ... Image courtesy of The Hidden Life of Trees.