- Date: 15 – 22 February 2016
Analog Forestry uses a robust set of tools to design productive, healthy and restorative forest ecosystems. The tools are suited for any climate zone for any part of the world. This introductory course of Analog Forestry will give participants a good understanding and practical approach towards restoring and healing degraded landscapes, and creating abundance. This course is about understanding the functions of a forest and creating systems that are analogous (similar) as a method of replicating the vital ecosystem services that forests provide.