Restoring WV Spruce Means Cleaner Air for the Region

Restoring highland Appalachian spruce forests could help reduce the amount of carbon in the atmosphere.All healthy forests take CO2 out of the air and trap carbon in the trees and the ground.But according to soil scientist Stephanie Connolly who works in the Monongahela National Forest, Spruce trees do this very efficiently.

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