A view of a body of water with trees and grass.

The story of Coastal Douglas-fir forests: So much more than just forests

In the Salish Sea archipelago, island geography has fostered enormous biodiversity. In addition to the charismatic megaflora that make the forests of this region so iconic, diverse topographies and microclimates often support “micro-communities” of unique ecology. Small variances and tiny populations of rare species often distinguish one island from another, and in some cases…



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