REDWOOD SURVIVAL short film, audience reactions
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REDWOOD SURVIVAL, 5min., USA, Documentary
Directed by Erik Sather
Carbon stored in fire-damaged redwoods produces new sprouts directly from tree trunk. The film is about understanding better the details at the chemical level of how these trees are able to come back to rebuild a crown of vigorous green foliage after losing everything.
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