The Intelligent Forest

Would you ever consider a forest “intelligent”? Suzanne Simard explores what she feels to be deliberate decisions made by a forest in British Columbia, chief among them the sharing of carbon among different species of trees. Through fungi, carbon is shuttled from carbon-rich trees to poor ones, as if to support the weaker trees and ensure the forest’s survival. Read full article here

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