Pinus Contorta V. Contorta. Shore Pine

Pinus contorta v. contorta. Shore pine The Pinus contorta v. contorta seeds, commonly known as the Shore Pine, are encased in small, asymmetrical cones that measure between 3 to 7 centimeters in length. These cones, which often have a twisted or contorted appearance befitting the tree’s name, bear winged, lightweight seeds and quickly dispersed by […]

Unlocking the Ecological Potential of Shore Pine Seeds for Restoration in the Pacific Northwest

The Pacific Northwest, characterized by its dense forests, rugged coastlines, and iconic salmon-bearing streams, has long been known for its rich biodiversity. But, like many other regions, it’s also threatened by human-induced disruptions, such as urbanization, agriculture, and logging. Ecological restoration, a process where we actively assist in the recovery of ecosystems, becomes crucial. One […]