Vernal Pools with John Anderson of Aton Forest

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Vernal Pools with John Anderson of Aton Forest


Vernal pools are critical ecosystems for some species, yet both are rapidly disappearing. Learn about these fragile systems in this EcoBeneficial interview. Kim Eierman talks with John Anderson, Executive Director of Aton Forest.

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