German forester Peter Wohlleben has been watching, listening to, and working with forest trees all of his life. He has developed a keen understanding of these magnificent living wonders, and has found them not only fascinating as a group, but each separate tree has revealed it self to have a unique, and individual way of interacting with it's environment. Peter understands that resorting to anthropomorphism when talking about trees risks his scientific credibility - but as he shows in his book,
Change to organics
Organic produce options are increasing every day in the grocery store. Organics are now extending well beyond the produce aisles into packaged foods, meats, and freshly baked goods.