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"Ecological Importance of Mature Juniper Woodlands"

Uploaded by Elizabeth Martin
Eva Strand and Steve Bunting have collectively conducted research in Idaho’s juniper woodlands for three decades and will share their knowledge at the February Native Plant Society meeting. Stands of mature juniper woodland are rare on the landscape but contribute unique habitats for wildlife and add landscape level diversity throughout the Great Basin. Juniper grow slowly in the semi-arid western mountains, but they can be more than 1,000 years old. Their presentation is illustrated with photos of some of Idaho’s oldest trees.