Oregon is not made up of just Douglas fir and Ponderosa pines, even though these are two of the most prevalent trees on their respective sides of the state. Portland-based arbocultural educator Casey Clapp talks to us about trees as habitat, their historical significance on the landscape before settlers showed up and what might happen as our changing climate continues.
Book recommendations from Casey Clapp -
Completely Abortrary - https://arbortrarypod.com/
Ologies - Dendrology (Trees) with Casey Clapp - https://open.spotify.com/episode/06NcI40zFZbNW7aOVfncDp