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Published on Aug 20, 2019
Red spruce used to be the dominant canopy tree along the Central Appalachians, but after the Industrial Logging Era, red spruce was essentially wiped out. Today, a partnership between The Nature Conservancy and Monongahela National Forest is attempting to restore the red spruce-northern hardwood habitat to allow species flow in connected migration corridors. Created by Connor Liu.