Bryan Burhans

American Chestnut Foundation

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President and CEO of the American Chestnut Foundation, a nonprofit that’s working to restore the American chestnut tree

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Chestnut trees used to be called "the Redwoods of the East," and they made up 35 percent of northeastern American forests.

American Chestnuts Growing Poised for Comeback

Chestnut trees used to be called "the Redwoods of the East," and they made up 35 percent of northeastern American forests.

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Chestnut trees used to be called "the Redwoods of the East," and they made up 35 percent of northeastern American forests.

American Chestnuts Growing Poised for Comeback

Chestnut trees used to be called "the Redwoods of the East," and they made up 35 percent of northeastern American forests.

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