Redwoods, Agriculture and Climate Change

Redwoods, which have been around 240 million years and can live over 1000 years, are dying at an unprecedented rate due to human caused climate change.

This loss highlights that even our most resilient plant species are strained. Our less resilient food production system is under tremendous stress to feed the planet’s population before accounting for the impacts of climate change. Redwood Grove has been looking for undervalued food production companies that can generate nutrition more efficiently, are highly resilient to the changing climate and have a lower CO2 impact.

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