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Summer 2020
In this issue, venture to the Northern Rockies to learn what is being done to protect whitebark pines and all trees in high-elevation forests. Understand how trees and nature can provide psychological, educational and emotional benefits, and learn how American Forests’ Vice President of Urban Forestry, Ian Leahy, feels that trees have spoken to, and driven, him. Plus, explore how the Canada lynx and ocelot are connected by one river and the dire need for forest restoration.
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