Agroforestry News is our quarterly newsletter, focusing on temperate tree and shrubs crops. Now in full colour from Vol 25 No. 3! Issues include:
- Reports on agroforestry research projects
- Regular articles on fruit and nut growing
- In-depth profiles of unusual tree and shrub crops
- Native tree profiles
- Propagation techniques
- Forest gardening
- Useful ground covers
- Book reviews
Essential reading or all who are interested in temperate tree crops and agroforestry, Agroforestry News is available by subscription at the following rates (per year – 4 issues) including postage:
- U.K. : £24 per year, or 2 years for £46
- EU : £28 per year, or 2 years for £54
- Rest of the world: £30 per year
- Sample copies and back issues are available at a price (including postage) of £4.50 each (U.K. & E.C.; £5.00 overseas.)
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Agroforestry News Vol 23 No 3£4.50
Shrub alders, forest garden in Sweden, Rosacaea intergeneric hybids, Atriplex, new tree and forest gardening books.
Agroforestry News Vol 23 No 4£4.50
The Mahonias, Fuchsias for edible flowers and fruits, some shrub nitrogen fixers.
Agroforestry News Vol 24 No 1£4.50
Walnut and hazel agroforestry, wood pastures of Europe, fire resistant trees, soil in agroforestry systems, wolfberries and gojiberries, a pioneering solar house.
Agroforestry News Vol 24 No 2£4.50
Aspen agroforestry, Marsh woundwort, Himalayan sea buckthorn, Manuka / tea tree, small forest gardens, book reviews.
Agroforestry News Vol 24 No 3£4.50
Review of hardy Acacias, Book review: How to grow your own nuts..
Agroforestry News Vol 24 No 4£4.50
Cercis – the redbuds, Araucaria wanderings, Agroecological priciples for conversion and redesign of farming systems, witch hazel.
Agroforestry News Vol 25 No 1£4.50
Successional agroforestry, tree hay, ash trees for fodder, forest garden greenhouse in Devon, bladdernuts, the PA forest garden trial, Book reviews.
Agroforestry News Vol 25 No 2£4.50
N and C at forest edges, Allium antioxidants, Pawpaws, silvopasture in NE USA, forest garden greenhouse construction, Honeyberries / haskaps.
Agroforestry News Vol 25 No 3£5.00
Himalayan wild fruits and berries, Native Chilean fruits as functional foods, Forest garden greenhouse update, Gardening in a changing climate.
Agroforestry News Vol 25 No 4£5.00
Narrow leaved lupin as a an edible seed crop, Wasabi, Sycamore maple syrup, Creating fire-resistant landscapes.
Agroforestry News Vol 26 No 1£5.00
Hornshurst forest garden, Juglone, Revisiting Robert Hart’s forest garden, Forest garden archetypes.
Agroforestry News Vol 23 No 2£4.50
Agroforestry farm in Portugal, new ART projects, useful chemicals from trees.