Posted by: Sandy Steinman | September 24, 2022

Apache tribes in Arizona are leading the way in saving Emory oak trees

NPR reports

As Emory oak trees in parts of Arizona disappear, members of several Apache tribes are working on a collaborative plan with the U.S. Forest Service and researchers to preserve them.

Read or listen to story at  Encore: Apache tribes in Arizona are leading the way in saving Emory oak trees : NPR


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