"Recognizing the social and ecological values of Wisconsin's forest resources helps us to achieve a more equitable and sustainable use of some of the most beautiful places on earth - our forests. Beyond the Treesreaches back into history - linking our forests together and at the same time seeing their great differences.
This splendid book allows each reader the chance to explore the intimate reaches of Wisconsin's forest history with depth and excitement, mystery and adventure." ( Nina Leopold Bradley, founder and director, the Aldo Leopold Foundation) " Beyond the Treesis important in a state where forests make major contributions to the economic, recreational, and aesthetic well-being of its citizens. Andrews's first-person narrative provides readers with a taste of specific landscapes and familiarity with the people who molded that landscape, past and present. For citizens of Wisconsin, the book expands their awareness of their heritage. For visitors, it will help them enjoy both Wisconsin forests and culture." ( Lowell Klessig, professor emeritus of natural resources at the University of Wisconsin#x13;Stevens Point)
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