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For millennia, longleaf pine forests stretched 92 million acres across the U.S. Southeast. Today, less than 5 million acres remain. But a growing effort to recover this ecosystem is taking root.
By Jennifer Winger
The women of Pate Island are fixing Kenya’s coastal forests one seedling at a time.
By Dustin Solberg
Rising sea levels and strong storms are hurting coastal communities. Here's how some of the most densely populated areas in the U.S. are fighting back.
By Jenny Rogers
Each year Keith Bennett, a seed harvest and restoration technician for The Nature Conservancy, scours Missouri fields for more than 200 native plant species.
By Timothy A. Schuler
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