The DOCUMENTARY featuring Peter Wohlleben and Dr. Suzanne Simard now available for download.
Running Time: 45 Minutes, Original Language: English (English, Portuguese, Spanish & German subtitles also available).
Can TREES TALK to each other? Do MOTHERTREES care lovingly for their children and for their old and dying neighbors? Is there something like friendship amongst trees? Do trees in a forest work together as a COMMUNITY and fight off enemies?
German forester and bestselling book author PETER WOHLLEBEN ('The Hidden Life of Trees')has observed that the secret life of trees is in fact quite similar to our own.
Researchers from the University of British Columbia (UBC) around Forest Ecologist SUZANNE SIMARD have been investigating communication between trees and made the most astonishing discoveries...
Under the forest floor lies the WOOD WIDE WEB, a fascinating network over which trees communicate, share information and even wisdom with each other.
This 45-minute long documentary digs deep into this underground society and bridges the gap between a forester's observations and scientific research. What consequences does this knowledge have for our own lives and our relationship to the forest?
This knowledge has the power to forever change our understanding of nature.