In botany, a tree is a perennial plant with an elongated stem, or trunk, supporting branches and leaves in most species. In some usages, the definition of a tree may be narrower, including only woody plants with secondary growth, plants that are usable as lumber or plants above a specified height. In wider definitions, the taller palms, tree ferns, bananas, and bamboos are also trees. Trees are not a taxonomic group but include a variety of plant species that have independently evolved a trunk and branches as a way to tower above other plants to compete for sunlight. Trees tend …



DRV: Durvile Publications · 20 April 2024 English

“The Ascenti AI Project” is about AI and Creativity. Ascenti: Humans Opening to AI book features a diverse group of professionals, known as “creatives,” who specialize in visual art, writing, …

occasionally, displays hun- dreds of empty red dresses on trees. I went there once with my son to remind him of observed the subtle details— the gentle sway of trees without rustling leaves, the lack of his footsteps

UMP: University of Manitoba Press · 12 April 2024 English

"The Honourable John Norquay is a magnificent book. Friesen meticulously documents Norquay's many accomplishments, larger-than-life character, and charisma. He paints a picture of a negotiator and orator who ably uses …

they camped for several weeks while they felled trees, limbed them, and tore off the bark in long strips hide tents with pine bough floors. The men cut trees, squared timber, and sawed boards that would be European were represented in parishioners’ family trees, in short, and in their conversations. The sound

IHRP: International Human Rights Program, University of Toronto · 10 April 2024 English

The granting of such a permit primarily depends on ZKHWKHU WKH FRPSDQ\¶V proposed activities align with the purpose of the community forest, the goals of the Forest Management Plan and …

ZLWQHVV¶V KRPH destruction of her fruit plants and trees, and a severe reduction in available grass for raising VXUYH\ KH VDZ WKDW 5HFRQ$IULFD FXW GRZQ SODQWV and trees along a wide path, which they lined thereafter with seismic surveys on underground water, community trees, and resources. ReconAfrica informed Witness 5 that 105. Additionally, by clearing vegetation, fruit trees and native plants for the purposes of drilling boreholes protection of flora, including 285 species of fruit trees and vegetation. 7KLV LV QRW VXUSULVLQJ JLYHQ WKDW

UMP: University of Manitoba Press · 7 April 2024 English

“Inspiring, healing, and future-facing, this long overdue book gives us valuable new insights into the histories and identities of Métis people.”

bear fruit and that feed other entities. As such, trees should be planted in groups because they look to and to warn each other about possible threats. Trees communicate.40 Although the tree that once stood We recognize that we are not Métis alone. Like trees, we know that we are stronger together.41 Places

UMP: University of Manitoba Press · 5 April 2024 English

Mixing recipes, maps, archival records, biographies, and full-colour photographs with fascinating stories, mmm... Manitoba showcases the province’s diverse foodways and industries from on board the Manitoba Food History Truck.

with ceramic-roofed tea house. Imitation cherry trees in full bloom are filled with automated birds. [looking at the photo] I’m surprised by the cherry trees that seemed to be there. S T E V E N H A R T : Steven Hart recalled: We actually built the trees ourselves. Those were columns [supporting the building] building]. . . . These columns are actually the trees. So what we do is, we take a column and we put pond—or it would, if the water was turned on. Trees and plants abound, though some beds have been filled

UAP: University of Alberta Press · 4 April 2024 English

That Audible Slippage invokes a poetics of active listening and environmental sound to investigate the ways in which we both hear and fail to hear insufficiency, loss, incompleteness, and other …

with calves and thighs and pelvises walk among the trees with lungs and pituitary gland and shoulder blades the river valley walking by the firm trunks of trees like a guest whippet needs to rest on the soft Thirsting for air the brain becomes a mind — a book of trees — branched synapses that span the planet — crowns

UAP: University of Alberta Press · 4 April 2024 English

Fresh, funny, and imbued with infectious energy, Northerny tells a much-needed and compelling story of growing up and living in the North. Here are no tidy tales of aurora borealis …

walked on trails that pass uncomfortably close to trees. I’ve walked on trails that humans don’t use. I

UAP: University of Alberta Press · 2 April 2024 English

All Sky, Mirror Ocean is for everyone looking to understand the complex issues around mental illness and healing. Combining autobiography, research-creation, poetry, and creative philosophy, Brad Necyk uses art and …

is an area off from the gravesite, deep within trees, for unnamed, unbaptized babies and people who there is an absence: no soil, grass, bushes, or trees anywhere. A barren Martian landscape, without

FRHD: Freehand Books · 1 April 2024 English

From award-winning poet Catherine Owen, a collection of poems about one woman's journey from BC to a new life in Alberta, where she buys an old house and creates a …

other homes and trees and the space between. * Where the view was other homes and trees and the space cedar-ragged patch of grass beneath the tallest trees in the world, bark your small legs grappled with could be a vegetable patch there and here fruit trees, the knowledge that at least the lilac would return days, But raw, leaving you in the wild of dead trees Without the filigreed coverings – pretended, delicate of leaves I think of Robinson Jeffers, the 2000 trees he planted around Tor House, in Carmel, and though

AIC: Agricultural Institute of Canada · 31 March 2024 English

The success of the Quebec pilot, combined with the identified need across the agriculture sector for more training opportunities for women led to the expansion of the program Canada-wide and …

local foodplants, spices and endangered timber trees using smallholder agroforestry. Duncan Macqueen

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