Friday, October 10, 2014
Artists have a great understanding of the natural and cultural landscapes.
The species' forest never disappears. Its remnants can always be found in an urban landscape.
Each and every plant, animal, fungi and microbe is waiting to return. Every road kill is a reminder of their struggle.
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
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Saturday, January 4, 2014
If you believe in the species' forest you will never cut it down. Most foresters do not believe in the species' forest. During this 21st century they will come to believe. Better late than never.
Young tropical forests lose biodiversity as they suffer repeated disturbance, a new Smithsonian study confirms. Credit: Christian Ziegler, STRI
Any species' forest is harmed by people. Colder climate forest and tropical forest alike.
We must set aside many acres of species' forest, species' grasslands, species' deserts, species' mountains and oceans.
To save the Species' Planet
we must do it NOW!
A species' forest is like a child. You might give a child away for a better home, but you would never sell your child.
A species' forest is like a child.
Sunday, January 13, 2013
Join us. Serve the Species' Planet.
You will not regret doing so. The ambivalence that you have been feeling during your career will evaporate. One life will end; another will begin. Don't worry, people can pretty much take care of themselves, but the Species' Planet needs you.
Photo credit to the source.
Saturday, July 21, 2012
In the United States signs are needed around a species forest to provide some protection form the night stalkers. Signs often mean that cameras are not far away. In other nations, such as Chernobyl, Ukraine and Fukushima, Japan much of the species forest is avoided because of fear of radiation pollution. Yet when there are resources to be hunted even the fear of radiation will not keep night stalkers from entering and harming a forest.
In this image, Species List Forest, a species forest in Conway, Massachusetts US, post signs must be carried on foot to mark a boundary line. Hopefully, this will stop night stalkers from harming native trees and other native vegetation on conservation land. See Night stalkers