Archive for September 24th, 2016

“Redwood timber was in high demand during [World War II] because it not only did not warp but also had insulation properties, soundproofing capabilities and resistance to fire; so Roosevelt and [forester] Nelson Brown experimented with growing redwoods and sequoias on the East Coast…. “Roosevelt wrote Vice President Henry Wallace, ‘As you know, the rainfall […]

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