With the help of tree climbing researcher, Dr. Nalini Nadkarni, we filmed for several days in the Quinault Rain forest for our series The Truth About Trees. The Quinault Rain Forest looks very much like the Hoh Rain Forest -- maybe they border one another? The following is a great article! If interested, be sure to check out our TREE TV channel at our website: www.truthabouttrees.org. ... See moreSee less
More fire fighters can be met on our short film available on TREE TV(see the website at www.truthabouttrees.org) or on YouTube at TruthAboutTrees TV. A remarkable film preview of our upcoming PBS series The Truth About TREES. ... See moreSee less
On our TREE TV channel -- found at our website www.truthabouttrees.org -- there is a short film we made about the California forest fires of 2014. Those fires were also huge and Chief Tom Tidwell explains their relationship to climate change, which will become progressively worse. ... See moreSee less
Withering Wildfires and Huge Hurricanes have been the big weather stories of summer-fall, 2017. Both are the product of Catatrophic Climate change (or maybe the Chinese Hoax that Trump cons us with). I like the quote on this one: "The Lungs of our Region are on Fire." On our channel TREE TV we have a forest fire scene with a wonderful climate change analysis by the Chief of the U.S. Forest Service, Tom Tidwell. ... See moreSee less
The Truth About Trees has started its own TREE TV channel and this is our latest offering. On YouTube you can find the channel under the title TruthAboutTrees TV. On our website you can access the channel via the top menu listings. We are putting up lots of scenes -- some expanded, some tightened -- that somehow would not fit into our 3-part PBS series The Truth About Tress: A Natural and Human History. We are planning to put up one short film per week. There are six (6!) short films up now! Please subscribe and share!! ... See moreSee less
Guy Sternburg, who runs a magnificent oak nursery in Illinois, showed us one of these trees. It had died and fallen when we filmed it, but a fox had made a home inside. We filmed it, of course, and it will soon be seen on TREE TV, our YouTube channel. ... See moreSee less
In the making of our series The Truth About Trees, Guy Sternburg in Illinois introduced us to one of these "marker trees." It had recently fallen down and a family of foxes was living inside! Watch our channel called TREE TV and you'll see what I mean! ... See moreSee less
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1223236. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.