A wonderful new article in The New York Times Magazine delves into efforts of two nonprofit organizations to use assisted migration to conserve coast redwood trees.
A story in the UK Daily Mirror about One Life One Tree details their efforts to plant a grove of Archangel Champion Giant Sequoia trees in the cooler climate of Wales to preserve the species.
We’re always on the hunt for new Champions to add to our archive, so when we hear that there is an ancient Coastal Redwood stump that is still alive, we undoubtedly find time in our expedition schedule for a visit.
Tomorrow, Archangel Ancient Tree Archive will plant 75 champion coastal redwood saplings at the Presidio, a national site in San Francisco, that have the potential to grow into the world’s largest trees.
The Archangel Moving the Giants project made an important step forward with a celebratory planting in Seattle on December 10, 2016.
Archangel Ancient Tree Archive collected 130 of the oldest trees in Ireland. These iconic trees, along with California redwood clones, were propagated and reintroduced into the Irish landscape through the help of our friends.