Whitebark pine trees are icons of North America’s mountain landscape. They stand at the center of a web of life that supports dozens of plants and animals, and serve as a vital food source for grizzly bears, red squirrels, and Clark’s nutcrackers. Hear directly from leading voices of the USDA Forest Service, American Forests, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, the Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation, and others about what is at stake and why there is still time to save whitebark pine.
Part of Working FOR the Wild – Shorts Collection
4/23 at 4:00PM
4/27 at 4:00PM
Director: Eric Liner
Producer: Megan King
Produced by Conservation Media, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology