Tree Sense reviewed on RNZ


Tree Sense is a collection of essays, art and poetry by artists, activists, ecologists and advocates — including Philip Simpson, Anne Noble, Elizabeth Smither, Kennedy Warne, Colin Meurk and Glyn Church — which discusses the many ways in which humans need trees, and how our future is laced into their roots and their branches.

In his review on Nine to Noon, Murray Williams singled our Meurk’s chapter as an ‘ecological tour de force’. Listen to the review on RNZ here.