By Elizabeth Spiers
When I greet Kathryn Kolb near Proctor Creek Trail, she leads me towards a slope, “This little patch right here, is attached to a large tract of old-growth forest. It looks like nothing, but it does have some characteristics that are consistent with areas where we find old…
https://scienceatl.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Old-Growth-Forest-Atlanta.png430750Anna Laura McGranahanhttps://scienceatl.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/logo-science-atlanta.pngAnna Laura McGranahan2019-10-07 15:21:002019-10-07 15:22:37Atlanta’s Living History: Old-Growth Forests in the City
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