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B.C. campfire bans are back, and they’ve been getting longer in recent years

Vancouver Sun: Dean John Innes, “I would envisage that the campfire bans will get longer and longer and be imposed earlier and earlier in the seasons as we move forward in time.”

It’s More Than You Think

It’s More Than You Think

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How climate change may kick off artificial tree migration

The Verge: Assisted migration could help save forests

The words that trees tell each other

The Hindu: Suzanne Simard’s exposition on how trees communicate and care about each other leaves Sudhamahi Regunathan wonder struck.

New Research on the Remarkable Binge-Eating Bull Trout When the young salmon are running, bull trout are feeding — and stuffing themselves more than even biologists thought possible.

Podcast: Radiolab – From Tree to Shining Tree

Podcast: Radiolab – From Tree to Shining Tree

From A forest can feel like a place of great stillness and quiet. But if you dig a little deeper, there’s a hidden world beneath your feet as busy and complicated as a city at rush hour.

TED Talk: How trees talk to each other

TED Talk: How trees talk to each other

In the summer of 2016, Suzanne Simard presents her TED talk on the hidden communication of trees.

Wildfires an ‘ongoing concern’ to B.C.’s forestry sector

Vancouver Sun: Wildfires take their toll on BC forests

Scientists use genomics to design healthier forests

Business in Vancouver: Natural selection creates trees less vulnerable to pests; genomics helps identify them.