Finding the Mother Tree by Suzanne Simard
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"Our relationship with the natural world is balanced on a knife-edge, which means our own lives, too, are facing an uncertain future."
"Trees share. Fast-growing birch send nutrients to slower-moving fir trees. In winter, the goods go in reverse. Birch, shorn of their leaves, receive sugars and carbon from evergreens."