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The Hub Peacebuilder Interview Series: Terry Mock

The Hub Peacebuilder Interview Series: Terry Mock

What does peacebuilding look like? Terry Mock of Archangel Ancient Tree Archive (AATA) is a champion of propagating the world’s largest old-growth trees before they are gone. Discover what tree planting has to do with peacebuilding and how a local Rotary Club in Oregon is…

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Tree Planting in POCSA

Tree Planting in POCSA

2016 Champion Redwoods arrive in Port Orford Community Stewardship Area… More news to come!

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Communities Powered By Travel: Wild Rivers Coast

Communities Powered By Travel: Wild Rivers Coast

The Communities Powered by Travel video series highlights participants in the Oregon Tourism Studio — a robust training program designed to assist rural Oregon communities in tourism planning, development and management to support their continued economic revitalization. In its seventh entry, Travel Oregon, in collaboration…

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In Celebration of Trees: Planting Archangel Trees

In Celebration of Trees: Planting Archangel Trees

The first area that was determined to be the most conducive to planting Archangel champion giant sequoia and coast redwood clones was the area located near Port Orford, Oregon. Just north of the coast redwood’s current “native” range, the Port Orford Community Stewardship Area was…

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Technology and Champion Tree Genetics Combined for Earth Restoration

Technology and Champion Tree Genetics Combined for Earth Restoration

(Port Orford, OR – May 28, 2016) Planetary Emissions Management, Inc. and non-profit Archangel Ancient Tree Archive announced a partnership integrating innovative forest carbon measurement and environmental financial products with genetics of the largest trees on Earth. Saplings of cloned giant sequoia and coast redwood…

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Cloning the Endangered Ancient Redwoods

Cloning the Endangered Ancient Redwoods

Some​ ancient redwood trees have been growing for 3,000 years or more, but these could be their final days. Already 95% of old growth coast redwoods have been lost. The redwoods that remain are being threatened by a warming climate and other human activity. Archangel…

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Oregon’s Ocean Legacy — Redfish Rocks

Oregon’s Ocean Legacy — Redfish Rocks

The biological richness of Redfish Rocks Marine Reserve has supported animal and human communities for generations, fish, mammals, invertebrates, seabirds, and fishermen alike. Check out this unique story and some stunning footage from Redfish Rocks Marine Reserve Located off the Southern Oregon Coast, just south…

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THANK YOU For Supporting The Sixes River Firefighters!

THANK YOU For Supporting The Sixes River Firefighters!

Download Our Poster [PDF] Nathan Malamud here! It was a heck of a three-day weekend at the fun-packed Cape Blanco Country Music Festival! Not only did we all get to see incredible performances of some of our favorite musicians, but it was the perfect opportunity…

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Journeying Oregon’s New Marine Reserves by Bike

Journeying Oregon’s New Marine Reserves by Bike

Redfish Rocks was recently featured by National Geographic — Read the full story at voices.nationalgeographic.com Our journey ends at Oregon’s southernmost marine reserve: Redfish Rocks. Leaving behind the rugged majesty of Cape Perpetua, we cycle 175 miles south ​… ​Beyond that, the landscape we enter…

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Redwood Tree Clones Planted @ Buffington Park

Redwood Tree Clones Planted @ Buffington Park

(Port Orford, OR – June 13, 2015) The non-profit Archangel Ancient Tree Archive has planted genetic duplicates of some of the largest and oldest champion coast redwood trees in the world at Port Orford Buffington Memorial Park – www.enjoyportorford.com/buffingtonpark.html Archangel Ancient Tree Archive has used…

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