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August 13, 2014 8:58 PM

‘White Beech’ puts Greer’s habitat-rebuilding theories to test

“White Beech” is Germaine Greer’s 11th book, and it is the story of a decade spent developing the Cave Creek Rainforest Rehabilitation Scheme on a former dairy farm in the northeastern Australian state of Queensland, where she put her habitat-rebuilding theories to the test.

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