David R. Foster

David R. Foster is Director of the Harvard Forest in Petersham, Massachusetts, and teaches ecology at Harvard University.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: And Again: Photographs from the Harvard ForestAnd Again: Photographs from the Harvard ForestHARDCOVER08/28/2017$50.00
Cover: New England Forests Through Time: Insights from the Harvard Forest DioramasNew England Forests Through Time: Insights from the Harvard Forest DioramasFoster, David R.
O’Keefe, John F.
PAPERBACK08/01/2000$10.50
Cover: Thoreau’s Country: Journey through a Transformed LandscapeThoreau’s Country: Journey through a Transformed LandscapeFoster, David R.PAPERBACK12/21/2001$30.00
Cover: Wildlands and Woodlands: A Vision for the New England LandscapeWildlands and Woodlands: A Vision for the New England LandscapeFoster, David R.PAPERBACK09/01/2010$5.00
Cover: Wildlands and Woodlands, Farmlands and Communities: Broadening the Vision for New EnglandWildlands and Woodlands, Farmlands and Communities: Broadening the Vision for New EnglandFoster, David R.PAPERBACK11/06/2017$5.00
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