Martin, S. & M. Emery, 2005, Wild harvests from Scottish woodland: an exploration of the health and well being benefits of non-timber forest product collection and use, in: Gallis, C.T., ‘Forests, trees, and human health and well-being’, Siokis, Thessaloniki
- Author : Martin, S. & M. Emery
- Year : 2005
- Published in Book : Forests, trees, and human health and well-being
- Pages : 97-108
- Abstract in English : Catering nontimber forest products, such as wild edibles, has a range of benefits which have bearing on the health and well being of gatherers in contemporary Scottish society. The research showed how the collection and consumption of non-timber forest products provides gathers with physical health benefits arising from activities such as walking and basket making and the consumption of products in vitamins and minerals.
- Comments/Notes : KEYWORDS: Urban forestry, well being, health, non-timber forest products.