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A Trail Called Home

Tree Stories from the Golden Horseshoe

Paul O'Hara

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Beschreibung

An exploration of trees in the Golden Horseshoe and the stories they tell.

Trees define so much of Canadian life, but many people, particularly in the Golden Horseshoe area of Ontario, don’t know that much about them. Granted, it is harder here: there are more trees that are native to this area than anywhere else in Canada.

The great storytellers of the landscape, trees are looking glasses into the past. They speak of biology, ecology, and geology, as well as natural and human history. Through a greater understanding of trees, we can become more rooted to the land beneath our feet, and our place in it.

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forests, urban forestry, Trail Trees, GTA, Henry Kock, Indigenous History, Old Growth Forests, ecology, Natural History, Vision Quest, Marker Trees, Six Nations, Southern Ontario, Habitat Conservation, Trees, Spirituality, Greater Hamilton Area, Naturalization, Ecological Restoration, First Nations, Sacred Feathers