The American Chestnut used to comprise a full 25% of the trees found in a given hardwood forest in the eastern US. That all changed in the early 20th century when a deadly fungal blight began to decimate the population. Enter the transgenic American chestnut, but we will get to that in a minute. […]
In this article, just in time for arbor day, we’ll be updating our much-loved and discussed Forest Bathing article with new information about the benefits of forest bathing, and how to make the most out of your experience. Using new research, we’ll add to the existing piece with this companion article.