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RETHINKING THE MOUNTAIN CEDAR (ASHE JUNIPER)


Soils in the Hill Country of Texas have been subjected to numerous severe disturbances over the last 150 years. If Mountain Cedars hadn't morphed from trees in forests and woodlands into pioneering thickets of bushy-cedars, our soils would be much more degraded today.

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Website Building Application

Ecological Benefits


Rebuilds Soils

Controls Erosion

Sustains Spring Flows

Maintains Karst Function

Deep Carbon Storage

Old-growth Green Infrastructure

Wildlife Habitat

Economical Benefits  


Current:

Aromatherapy

Fragrance

Building material


Potential:

Biochar

Livestock Feed

Spice

Calcium Supplement

Medicinal

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PURCHASE

RESTORE

SOILS & KARST

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REDUCE

FIRE RISK

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MANAGE

WOODED AREAS

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DEVELOP

SUSTAINABLY

Trophic Rewilding to Manage Wooded Areas

• Old-Growth Forests as Biotic Pumps

Texas A&M Forest Service - stewardship

Texas A&M Forest Service - Action Plan, p.65-76

Maximizing Vegetation Protection

• Use Wooded Areas as Green Infrastructure

• Fully License Texas Landscape Architects