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Forest anthropology

What is forest anthropology?

Whereas an anthropologist examines humans in all possible ways, a forest anthropologist dedicates him (or her)self to trees, humans and their interactions.


Humans and trees are closely connected, we affect each other and in some aspects we even appear to be very alike. We both have a collective consciousness that effects all living beings.

These old pollard trees were able to become this old thanks to the former pollard management. This implies that people are capable of supporting trees during very long periods.

As we respect old trees, their netwerks can do the same in return. 

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