Lipstick on a Fig Tree: Why Planting Trees Avoids the Real Problems ...

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  1. wcutler

    wcutler Esteemed Contributor Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout 10 Years

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    I didn't think to post this ahead of the event, but the promotional material pretty well summarizes what was said - Lipstick on a Fig Tree: Why Planting Trees Avoids the Real Problems (and May Make Things Worse) (tealeaves.com). Here are two links that were contributed by attendees in the chat:

    Frontiers | Rooting Forest Landscape Restoration in Consumer Markets—A Review of Existing Marketing-Based Funding Initiatives | Forests and Global Change (frontiersin.org)
    Tree Seed Working Group - Province of British Columbia (gov.bc.ca)
    The provincial government structure, based on the website, is Farming, natural resources and industry, Forestry, Forest Stewardship, Tree Seed, Tree Seed Centre, Cone & Seed Improvement Program
    There are links on this working group page to annual or semi-annual news bulletins.
     

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