Here are some websites that have further information about Trees
http://www.herbcraft.org/links.html Listings of the world of living herbalism, herbal gatherings, herbalists, etc. by Michigan herbalist Jim McDonald. Worth the visit.
http://www.groworganicapples.com A Holistic Orchard Network.
http://calloftheforest.ca/about/synopsis-and-trailer/ Call of the Forest–the Forgotten Wisdom of Trees is a documentary featuring scientist and acclaimed author Diana Beresford–Kroeger as she investigates our profound biological and spiritual connection to forests. Her global journey explores the science, folklore, and restoration challenges of this essential ecosystem.
http://calloftheforest.ca/plant-a-tree/ An app to help select and plant a Tree native to your area.
http://www.ancientforest.org/the-past-isnt-what-it-used-to-be/ An excellent article on an eye opening site of Ancient Forest Research and Exploration
https://healingforest.org Helping people heal. Helping Forests heal.
http://www.care2.com/causes/50-benefits-of-trees.html Fifty Ways Trees Benefit Our Health, Community and Environment.
http://www.treebenefits.com By typing in its species and size, this site can help people learn the approximate “value” of a Tree’s monetary worth. It takes into account soil erosion control, pollution control, shade cooling, wind reduction, dust control, carbon sequestration, and “curb appeal” for realtors, etc.
http://www.fao.org/docrep/005/y9882e/y9882e08.htm Forests and Tree symbolism in folklore.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BickMFHAZR0 The most amazing things about Trees. How do Trees suck water up within themselves to heights of 100 meters or more?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KZb2_vcNTg Where do Trees get their mass?
http://www.npr.org/sections/krulwich/2012/09/25/161753383/trees-come-from-out-of-the-air-says-nobel-laureate-richard-feynman-really Trees come from the air, making Carbon through photosynthesis.
http://ittakesaforest.ca Providing the public with unbiased, fact-based information on Ontario’s forest sector and the role of our forests as one of the province’s most sustainable resources.
http://herbalists.on.ca The Ontario Herbalists Association promotes safe and natural healing with plant medicines.
http://creatorsgarden.blogspot.ca/2015/08/bark-bath.html Traditional uses of bark baths.
http://www.woodlandessence.com/TreeFlowerEssences.htm Flower essences from Trees of the Northeast.
http://www.essences.ca Canadian Forest Tree Essences.
http://rabble.ca/columnists/2016/04/protecting-eastern-hemlock-our-next-endangered-tree-species Protecting Eastern hemlock, our next endangered Tree species. By Ole Hendrickson.
http://www.creehealth.org/library/online/research/anti-adipogenic-activities-alnus-incana-and-populus-balsamifera-bark and https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20301058 and https://www.researchgate.net/publication/42346605_Anti-adipogenic_Activities_of_Alnus_incana_and_Populus_balsamifera_Bark_Extracts_Part_I_Sites_and_Mechanisms_of_Action January 5, 2017. Research into anti-obesity uses of Alder and Balsam Poplar.
http://creatorsgarden.blogspot.ca/2016/12/alder-adoopimishmkadewiigwaasehns.html January 5, 2017. Good information on Alders.
http://stoneageskills.com/articles/eatingaldercatkins.html Alder Catkins as food. January 12, 2017.
http://www.pfaf.org/user/Plant.aspx?LatinName=Abies+balsamea Plants for a Future, about Balsam Fir’s attributes January 12, 2017.
http://plantwatch.naturealberta.ca/choose-your-plants/aspen-poplar/ The habits of Poplars in Alberta and elsewhere.
http://kellymom.com/bf/concerns/nipplehealing/ Talks of healing cracked nipples, a term mentioned under Balsam Fir.
http://www.wildfoods.ca Forbes Wild (and Tree) Foods in Toronto.
http://www.valleycedarleafoil.ca Distilling the foliage of Eastern White Cedar to produce Cedar Leaf Oil and Hydrosol Cedar Water since 1985.
http://www.ensyn.com A Renfrew County, Ontario, company producing biofuels and flavourings out of local forest and agricultural residues for over twenty-five years.
http://www.outdoors.org The Appalachian Mountain Club promotes the protection, enjoyment, and understanding of the mountains, forests, waters, and trails of America’s Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.
http://www.nature.org/ The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.
http://www.tnccanada.ca/ TNC Canada is the Canadian affiliate of the world’s largest conservation organization, investing in healthy communities and responsible economic development to drive locally and globally significant conservation outcomes.
https://www.wcscanada.org The Wildlife Conservation Society Canada is only national conservation organization using wildlife-focused research to bring clarity and solutions to complex Canadian conservation issues.
http://www.2c1forest.org Two Countries, One Forest is a major Canadian-U.S. collaborative of conservation organizations, researchers, foundations and conservation-minded individuals. Our international community is focused on protection, conservation and restoration of forests and natural heritage from New York to Nova Scotia, across the Northern Appalachian/Acadian ecoregion.