Episode 10: Bob Leverett On Vital Importance Of Old Growth, Carbon Sequestration, and Forest Recovery
Bob Leverett is the co-founder of the Native Tree Society, co-founder and President of Friends of Mohawk Trail State Forest, chairperson for the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation Forest Reserves Scientific Advisory Committee, the co-author of the American Forests Champion Tree-Measuring Guidelines handbook.
He is also co-author of several books including the Sierra Club Guide to Ancient Forests of the Northeast. Educated as an engineer, Bob is a recognized expert in the science of measuring trees for both science and sport. His association with old-growth forest discoveries and confirmations dates to the middle 1980s.
This compelling interest placed him in the center of the early old growth preservation movements, which continue to this day.
- Tree hunting
- Carbon sequestration
- Old-Growth vs. young forests’ ability to hold carbon
- Edge-effects of Rewilding areas adjacent to old-growth
- The Bill and Bob Old-Growth Road Show
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