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Valley Public Radio Staff
Wed July 2, 2014
Red Spruce Makes A Comeback
There’s a dramatic recovery underway in the forests of New England. Red spruce, a tree that researchers once thought was doomed because of acid rain, is now growing faster than ever.
And it’s not the only tree growing like gangbusters. The story of the red spruce hints that with a changing climate, there will be species that are winners as well as losers.
From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Sam Evans-Brown of New Hampshire Public Radio reports.
- Sam Evans-Brown, environment and education reporter at New Hampshire Public Radio. He tweets @SamEB_NHPR.