The fog has just rolled in. It is streaming down the bluffs and covering the redwoods. The fog drips down on the tops of the trees and through the forest. Nearly fifty percent of all water for redwood growth comes from fog.
In the Redwood forest, every drop of water counts. From the top of the trees to the forest floor, each drip matters. What can we learn from this unique ecological system? How can lessons from ancient ecological systems inform managers and teams? [Read more…]