Our friends at the Mountain Association recently posted an article about the work we do here at Tree Of The Field. An excerpt:
If you’ve been camping in recent years, you’ve likely seen warnings to not burn firewood that isn’t from the local area. In the last several decades, forests have been plagued with tree-killing insects and diseases that spread in large part through people traveling with firewood. Natural areas have suffered and costs to contain the outbreaks have been high.
One Appalachian woman is behind a suite of products to help address this and many other issues where humans, insects, the forest, and agriculture intersect.
Read the full article on their site below!