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The Morton Arboretum is conducting a comprehensive survey of underground drainage pipes in its landscape in order to manage the flow of water to the soil of its collections and natural areas.
Making plant biodiversity data widely available enables research and restoration of Midwestern landscapes and plant conservation efforts globally.
Not all forest soils are the same. This project is helping us understand whether differences in roots drive differences in soils.