Forest ecologist Suzanne Simard discovered through her research that old growth trees–so-called “Mother Trees”–communicate with younger trees by way of vast, underground fungal networks that bind the generations in a forest community. Especially in times of peril, Mother Trees make a special effort to impart their wisdom and resources to the younger generations, improving their odds of thriving into the future. In these times of peril for humanity, the rising generations are in need of the wisdom and resources of the elders. Increasingly, however, the generations are divided. How can we come together to share our wisdom and resources? How can the older generations be like Mother Trees? Our children’s future depends on our answers.
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