Landowners, agency personnel, environmentalists, and scientists discuss forest decline issues at Wolf Creek Ranch, Utah.
Practicalities of Pando's Preservation.
Paul Rogers, chief scientist for the Pando grove in Utah, writes in a recent blog post about the challenges of preservation in the midst of political and cultural divides. He writes:
“If Pando is for tree-huggers, and tree-huggers are thought to be liberal elites well-heeled enough to be able to spend free time worrying about what seems to be a distant problem, then the most expansive tree on the planet is surely doomed.
“On the other hand, if Pando is all about connectivity, then those roots of connection extend across the political and ideological spectrum and bring us face-to-face with one another.”