NCAT Regenerative Grazing Specialist
This article by Natalia Galicza in the Deseret News tells us that
I learned that
The trees of the West can tell us about our past. They can also transform our future.
And thatOne in six tree [species] native to the contiguous United States faces extinction. This level of threat has been long overlooked.
Read the whole article at https://www.deseret.com/2023/3/31/2...ewsletter&utm_campaign=the-great-displacement.While the scientific community is coming to terms with what humanity stands to lose in the years ahead, this is still news to many. “The world is going to greatly change over the next 100 years,” says Wesley Knapp, a botanist and co-author of the study. “It’s probably important we get reconnected to nature because we’re not apart from it. We are a part of it. And until we connect to that and we realize our decisions do make an impact in the world, we’re going to have a hard time.”
A closer look at what native trees can do for the West is long overdue. Though we might not like everything that we see.