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The Dying of the Trees

by Charles E. Little

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Little's book won't interest everyone but it should. If you go to our Vermont Flower Farm website, check out the Our Forests link http://vermontflowerfarm.com/ourforests.html You'll find where my journey began which led to this great book. As Mr. Little points out, there were clear messages in Rachael Carson's Silent Spring but too many went/continue to go unnoticed. The forests cannot be lost but for a variety of reasons, too many are being lost...forever. ( )
  VermontFlowerFarm | Jan 14, 2007 |
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All over America, a range of human-caused maladiesfatal ozone depletion, ultraviolet rays, acid rain, and the disastrous aftermath of clear-cuttinghas brought tree death and forest decline in its wake. Veteran environmentalist Charles Little explores the phenomenon and concerned response (or lack thereof) . What emerges is a sobering account of the implications for the future of ourplanet.

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