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HUNTING GIANTS

Tahoe Quarterly Feature on Michael Taylor and the Sugar Pine…

Learn about sugar pines.

Sugar pines are the world’s largest species of pine and have the longest cones, but they are dying from white pine blister rust, a non-native, invasive fungus.

Once comprising 25% of Lake Tahoe’s forests, sugar pines now make up less than 5% of the forest composition. We find trees that are resistant to the fungus, then we collect their cones and plant their progeny.

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