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The longleaf pine was nearly wiped out 100 years ago. Can Southern landowners help it make a comeback?

Southerly Magazine has an interesting story about the longleaf pine’s history in the Southeast. It was nearly eliminated by logging and development and then replaced by other species. But it has a long history of surviving in the region for thousands of year before humans lived here, and now some foresters are trying to bring them back. You can read more about these unique forests and why they may be important to the future of the Southeast here.