Herb Hammond (b. 1945) of Winlaw is a registered professional forester and forest ecologist with more than 30 years experience in forest management. He extensively criticized government and industry policies in Seeing the Forest for the Trees, which presents his case for holistic forestry use. It received the Roderick Haig-Brown B.C. Book Prize in 1992. It has been followed by Maintaining Whole Systems on Earth's Crown: Ecosystem-Based Conservation Planning for the Boreal Forest (New Society $49.95 2009), a guide to protecting and managing the planet's largest remaining carbon reservoir. 978-0-9734779-0-0

[BCBW 2009] "Forestry" "Environment"