Archangel Co-Founder David Milarch was interviewed on this week’s episode of the Living On Earth radio program. Living On Earth is independently produced but airs on several NPR stations.

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The 3000-year-old Giant Sequoia and Coast Redwood trees of the Pacific Northwest are among the biggest and oldest individual living things on our planet. Sadly, all but a few were cut down for logs decades ago. To help restore these majestic trees which sequester large amounts of carbon, the non-profit organization Archangel Ancient Tree Archive has dedicated its efforts to cloning their DNA. David Milarch tells host Bobby Bascomb why cloning specific trees can help restore a resilient population. (09:56)


Participate in our efforts to clone these ancient forest giants to slow climate change by making a donation today to the Archangel Spring 2019 Champion Tree Project Expansion crowdfunding campaign.
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Listen to the rest of this Living On Earth episode that focuses on trees, tornados, and climate change.

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