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American Forests Magazine
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Current Issue: Winter/Spring 2024
In this issue, discover the intrinsic relationship between trees and water along the course of the Puyallup River, from the mountaintop to the city to the ocean. And, learn how the University of Tennessee’s Tree Improvement Program and research specialist Erin Victorson are tackling the state’s seed shortage, part of a broader national crisis. Plus, read about how college interns with the Greenbelt Native Plant Center are making a big difference for New York’s urban forests.
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American Forests has been publishing its magazine since 1895. Filled with beautiful photographs and informative articles highlighting our nation’s forests and trees, American Forests Magazine features information for everyone from the environmentally conscious to the outdoor enthusiast. Its stories explore the people and innovations helping to create healthy forests as well as the latest science and policy breakthroughs.
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