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Fred Hageneder

Fred Hageneder

Fred Hageneder is a leading author in ethnobotany, the cultural and spiritual history and meaning of trees. So far, his work has been translated into ten languages. He is a member of SANASI, an international group of scientists who help indigenous guardians around the world protect their sacred natural sites. And he is a member of the Ecocentric Alliance, a global advocacy network for ecocentrism and deep green ethics. Fred is a founder member of the AYG (Ancient Yew Group) which works for a better conservation of ancient yew trees in Britain. He also plays traditional harps and composes music for various tree species.

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