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  • The Forest Underground

  • Hope for a Planet in Crisis
  • By: Tony Rinaudo
  • Narrated by: Tim Dehn
  • Length: 6 hrs and 21 mins

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By: Tony Rinaudo
Narrated by: Tim Dehn
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Publisher's Summary

Winner of the Australian Christian Book of the Year Award 2022

How do you regreen millions of hectares of land without planting a single tree? The remarkable discovery story of Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) is told in Tony Rinaudo’s new autobiography, The Forest Underground: Hope for a Planet in Crisis, published in 2022 by ISCAST–Christians in Science and Technology. This audiobook offers tangible hope for climate change through a powerful story of God’s grace and guidance. In a seemingly hopeless crisis, this is the good-news story that will move hearts and hands to care more for God’s creation.

©2021 Tony Rinaudo. Scripture quotations are from the NIV and RSV and are used by permission. (P)2023 ISCAST

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