“The American Chestnut tree once covered more than a quarter of the eastern woodlands from Michigan to Maine, and down into Georgia. But more than a century ago, a lethal fungus began killing off the great trees. Three and a half billion trees died. But they may be coming back.”
So reports Diane Toomey on Living on Earth
Dr. Sandy Anagnostakis of the CT Agricultural Experiment Station is interviewed and profiled on Living on Earth.