In “Thinking like a mountain”, Aldo Leopold wrote: Only the mountain has lived long enough to listen objectively to the howl of a wolf. I start by trying to think like a tree. Paper pulp, bits of spruce, an old tree guard. In a woodland management leaflet (from Fountains Forestry) a photograph shows lines of plastic tubes beckoning to the future.
3 thoughts on “thinking like a tree”
There are no bad trees.It is sad that good trees are being used for bad writing.
Oh thank you. But are you sure there are no bad trees? Some would say sitka spruce have been planted without moderation in Scotland.