coast_redwoodBeyond being a beautiful building material, redwoods hold promise for carbon sequestration as well as pest resistance. The trick is unlocking that potential.

Redwoods propagate in two ways, explains UC Cooperative Extension Ag advisor Greg Giusti, one that mixes genetic material, and one that's a natural sort of cloning.

The case for thinking of and using redwood forests as a vehicle for carbon sequestion is outlined in this video.

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