Simon Reeve from the BBC joined the May 2019 Archangel expedition and explores the land of the giant redwoods. His visit with Archangel opens this fascinating episode.
The world is interested in the solution to the climate crisis that Archangel Ancient Tree Archive has developed. Archangel is capturing and propagating the genetics of the trees that are best at capturing the excess carbon from the atmosphere that is overheating our climate.
Our May 2019 expedition to California and Oregon was an incredible experience. We were pleased to see interest from the wider world, including teams from BBC, NBC Nightly News, and France’s TF1 Network.
ARTE – A Franco-German Network that serves Europe and Africa, recently aired a program about Archangel Ancient Tree Archive’s mission.
Dr. Jenny Aitken, Director of The Tree Lab in New Zealand, takes us on a tour of their redwood grove including ancient Archangel Ancient Tree Archive Champion Tree clones.
Radio show Living On Earth profiled Archangel’s mission to restore the majestic 3000-year-old trees which sequester large amounts of carbon.
Archangel Ancient Tree Archive announced today that it has received a significant, multi-year grant from the Seller-Lehrer Family Foundation.
It was way too big for the average lawn, but still, it was magnificent. The giant coastal redwood tree was 35 feet across and may have stood as high as 400 feet.
PRESIDIO OF SAN FRANCISCO, JANUARY 25, 2019 by MARITTE O'GALLAGHER Can the DNA of ancient giants save our forests? Parks invite innovation. How we steward them will affect our planet’s changing climate in some way, great or small. What better way to invest in the...
BY ALEXANDRA KLAUSNER, THE NEW YORK POST, JANUARY 10, 2019. Trees cloned from ancient redwood DNA could help combat climate change, according to arborists from a nonprofit group. An environmental organization called Archangel Ancient Tree Archive planted a “super...