ASP’s quest to save the Ozark chinquapin

Arkansas Tourism

The Ozark chinquapin once stood some 65-feet tall and two to three feet in diameter as a superfood tree in the Arkansas Ozarks and beyond. It covered the forest, feeding wildlife, Native Americans, and early settlers with its prolific nut crop. Today, however, mainly blighted stumps remain. “This once widespread species of tree was thought […]

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