Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Find Me an Elm: Restoring America’s Iconic Tree Through Genetics
Nature Conservancy - Science
JUNE 4, 2013
Marks, a floodplain ecologist for The Nature Conservancy’s Connecticut River program, is leading a research effort to restore populations of elms, once one of the most iconic and beloved trees in the eastern and midwestern United States. It’s one of 21 elm tree restoration sites Marks is overseeing in four New England states, primarily located along the Connecticut River.