By Paula Burkes Business Writer email@example.comLikely due to the first line in its state song, Oklahoma largely is regarded as a plains state. But in fact, ancient forests — including 200-year-old trees and 13 ecoregions with differing elevations, climate and moisture patterns — comprise some 27 percent of the state.
That's the message State Forester George Geissler stresses in talks to Rotary Clubs and other public groups.Read more on NewsOK.com
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Q&A with George L. Geissler: Oklahoma forester strives to leave a legacy of acres of healthy trees