Producing Valuable Decorative Products in Woodlands

Forest Farming August 17, 2013|Print

Decorative markets based on woods-grown products can provide substantial income. One example is running cedar (Lycopodium digitatumwhich renders several valuable products.

Explore decorative possibilities with members of the forest farming community.


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