This short film opens up a different understanding of forests and the interactions between trees facilitated by fungi â€“ inspiring stuff reinforcing the importance of respecting the complexity of forests across both species diversity and age diversity. Â Professor Suzanne SimardÂ of the University of British Columbia highlights the importance of Mother or Granny Trees in these networks. Â Thanks to Jan Van Boeckel for highlighting this video.
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