WOODLANDERS: EP1

posted February 25, 2020

A CROWD-FUNDED FILM SERIES DOCUMENTING FOREST CULTURES

WATCH NOW, EP1: Ecological Forestry

Mike DeMunn is a prominent forester and conservationist who has managed thousands of acres of forest across the Eastern US. Mike is of French-English and Seneca-Onondaga Iroquois heritage and is a person who has walked the edge between two worlds, combining understanding of forest from both perspectives, an expert in forest ecology and ancient tradition of indigenous practice.

Join the WOODLANDERS team and help support this series at PATREON.com/WOODLANDERS


woodlanders – exploring the work of people who depend on and care for forests

posted December 15, 2017

Woodlanders is an online film series that seeks to document the work of people who care for and depend on forests for their livelihood and well-being throughout the world. They are up to 21 episodes now, and each episode focuses on a person or culture who has a sustainable relationship and/or livelihood with a forest. The topics covered range from Chestnut nurseries to oak swill basketry to woodland mushroom cultivation.

Click HERE to read more about the project and please consider donating to the patreon fund if you like the work that these wonderful filmmakers are doing.