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Viewpoint: ‘Circumventing evolution’ with genetically modified trees puts ecosystems at risk

5 Apr, 2018

That many forests in the United States are suffering health crises is not in question. Much of this troubling condition, however, has come as a result of human activities. The global trade in wood chips, raw logs and live trees has imported invasive plants, disease and insects. Over-logging and soil compaction make natural forest regeneration difficult. And acid rain from Midwest smokestacks kills off the mountaintop forests of the Northeast. Read the original article here. Photo credit: American Chestnut Foundation

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Day of Real Forests: A Photo Essay

21 Mar, 2018

Today is the International Day of Forests. The United Nations General Assembly designated this day as such with the hope that humankind would raise awareness about and celebrate forests. This…

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