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RE: Pigs in the wood

Subject: RE: Pigs in the wood
From: Nathaniel Sperry
Date: Dec 27 2007 21:42:02
There is some good information on swine, nuts (and a lot more) in the
following books- 

Oak: The Frame of Civilization
William B Logan
320 pages, illus.
W W Norton

Tree Crops: A permanent agriculture
J Russell Smith
Harper and Row
1950

Nathaniel Sperry
605 Howard Ave.
Eugene OR 97404
541-461-1737
541-461-0091 Fax
nathaniel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com
 
History repeats itself because nobody was listening the first time.
Anonymous


-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Hastie [mailto:Chris.Hastie@xxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk] 
Sent: Thursday, December 27, 2007 4:13 AM
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: Pigs in the wood

Does anyone have a copy of the following they could let me take a look
at:

BROWNLOW, M.J.C. (1992). Acorns and swine: historical lessons for modern
agroforestry. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 86(3), 181-190.

Or indeed any other useful references on grazing pigs in woodlands.

Thanks
--
Chris Hastie
Strategy Officer (Arboriculture)
Warwick District Council

http://www.warwickdc.gov.uk/trees



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