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Analog forestry is an ecological restoration tool to regenerate healthy, mature, and biodiverse ecosystems. Photo: A. Dickinson
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Analog forests are strong and resilient because of their diversity of life, products, and human communities. Photo: Both Ends
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Analog forestry focuses on connecting communities and nature and ensuring benefits for both. Photo: Both Ends
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Analog Forestry involves the restoration of land affected by deforestation, forest degradation, or intensive agriculture Photo: A. Dickinson
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Analog forestry practitioners can certify their products to reach value-added markets globally and locally Photo: RRI

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