Wednesday, September 30, 2009 - 20:14 in Biology & Nature
The American chestnut was a dominant species in eastern US's forests before a blight wiped it out in the early 1900s. Today it's being returned to the landscape thanks in part to work by Tennessee forestry experts.
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- UC research tests new tool to guide reintroduction of the American chestnutMon, 19 Mar 2012, 15:34:36 EDT
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- Deadly fungus threatens 9 bat species in Ga., Ky., N.C., S.C. and Tenn., expert saysWed, 7 Apr 2010, 12:43:06 EDT
- Forest Service unveils first comprehensive forecast on southern forestsTue, 17 May 2011, 13:34:54 EDT