David Milarch is on a mission to save the world's oldest trees by cloning and replanting them. The inspiration to devote his life to saving the trees came from a very unusual source - a vision he had when he was seriously ill in 1992. Milarch tells the dramatic story...
The Archangel Moving the Giants project made an important step forward with a celebratory planting in Seattle on December 10, 2016.
Redwoods cloned from giants in Coastal California are being planted in communities around Puget Sound to help preserve the species as the climate changes.
Archangel Ancient Tree Archive is providing copies of old-growth coast redwoods – Archangel Champion Trees – that will be planted in 26 Puget Sound communities this December and January.
Archangel’s work was just featured on CBS News. Reporters joined us on a recent collecting trip to the Sierra Nevada mountain range and filed this report.
Archangel Ancient Tree Archive will plant a clone of one the largest and oldest champion gumbo limbo trees in the world in honor of Apollo 14 pilot, Navy Captain Edgar D. Mitchell.
When David Milarch of Archangel Ancient Tree Archive came back to life, he embarked on a spiritual mission. Enjoy Moving the Giants, this award-winning short film about his mission. Support this effortGive Now Moving the Giants: An Urgent Plan to Save the Planet tells...
CMU Public Radio in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, filed this intriguing story about our activities.
The Associated Press published an article about our recent collection trip to California. The story has struck a nerve – it is inspiring to see a nonprofit like Archangel Ancient Tree Archive working on solutions to climate change.
Planetary Emissions Management, Inc. and Archangel Ancient Tree Archive announced a partnership integrating innovative forest carbon measurement and environmental financial products with genetics of the largest trees on Earth.