Hello, dear people! It has been snowing a LOT in our forest, and we have been busy cleaning the campfire place and keeping the paths walkable. While you may wonder how it is to live in such icy surroundings, we have found an answer to an even more burning question: is it ok to eat snow?
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Happy New Year dear people! In this short but beautiful excerpt Elif Shafak uses trees to point our attention to the silent stories surrounding us.
“Listen to what we have to tell,
because hidden inside our story
is the past and the future of…[Read more]
Have you been in the nature today? During our live broadcasts we always talk about the different benefits that trees and forests have on humans, both mentally and physically. Here is an article that links to studies on those benefits, and explains what it is that draws us to the nature…[Read more]
What about Christmas trees?
Christmas is coming, and with it a crucial question: is a real tree more sustainable than a fake tree?
With sustainability being more and more important it is a legitimate question. There are different studies about this topic but the fact is, it really depends on your attitude.
When it comes to the artificial option,…[Read more]
Hi Greta, welcome to our forest 🤗🎄 Yep, that is a dilemma! What we do at HaliPuu is to take a wild spruce from our forest (one that is growing in an unfavorable place) and after Christmas recycle it by bringing it to the local stables for fence making 😀 Very sustainable!
These are such gorgeous trees, and the light is beautiful too!
Christopher is currently stationed in California in the US Navy. These are some sequoias in the Sequoia National Park when we went to visit him this summer.