A comeback germinates

Ryan, Catherine
March 2012
High Country News;3/19/2012, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p5
The article discusses the conservation efforts for ponderosa pine trees by Williamette Valley Ponderosa Pine Conservation Association in partnership with the Oregon Department of Forestry. It states that the group has collaborated to preserve the genetic diversity of the trees and reestablish them on public and private lands. It says that ponderosa pines often die after a number of years.


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