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Forest Digest — Week of October 17, 2016

October 21st, 2016|Tags: |

Find out the latest in forest news in this week’s Forest Digest!

Gopher Tortoise.

Gopher Tortoise.

  • Forest Conservation Has a New Poster Child: The Gopher Tortoise — TakePart.com
    With the southeastern U.S.’s longleaf pine forests remaining under threat, the gopher tortoise stands as one of the most compelling reasons to restore them.
  • Who Will Speak for Haiti’s Trees?New York Times
    Haiti’s once tree-covered landscape has seen unyielding challenges for decades. Discover some of the failures and successes of the last few decades in trying to restore forests across the Haiti.
  • Your trees could be getting birds tipsyWashington Post
    Learn how birds may actually be getting “drunk” off the fruits of certain trees, like the red-orange berries of the mountain ash trees.
  • Unforeseen Consequences: The Death of Trees — Truth-Out.org
    As climate change continues to become an increasing threat, trees are continuing to die, which can have a wider-spread impact on people than many realize.
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