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See the forest in a new light


February 28, 2011
By Pulp & Paper Canada
Contributors to Once Upon a Forest -- (from left) Jean Hamel

An independent Quebec-based publisher has launched a coffee-table book of stories about the forest, with contributions from two well-known figures in the pulp and paper world: Jean Hamel of FPInnovations and Patrice Mangin of CIPP.

An independent Quebec-based publisher has launched a coffee-table book of stories about the forest, with contributions from two well-known figures in the pulp and paper world: Jean Hamel of FPInnovations and Patrice Mangin of CIPP.

In Once Upon a Forest, twelve experts talk about the various faces of the forest: the Aboriginals’ forest, the forest as landscape, the healing forest, paper and the forest, and the forest in the future. The book is beautifully illustrated by the artwork of Marie-Andrée Tardif.

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Published by Isabelle Quentin Editeur Inc., the book makes an appropriate gift in this, the International Year of the Forest. It is available through the publisher’s web site, http://iqe.qc.ca/, and at www.amazon.ca. It is also published in French, under the title Il était une fois la forêt.


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