Join O.N.E. and Terry Mock of Archangel Ancient Tree Archive, as he shares his story of taking action for the world’s most important old growth trees.
Terry has worked for decades with David Milarch (in video below), as they’ve cloned the champion trees of the world — the largest, the hardiest, the ones that have survived millennia and were most resilient to climate change-before they are gone.
Part of their mission is to reforest the Earth with the offspring of these ancient trees and archive their genetics in living forest libraries around the world.
These champion trees are excellent at sequestering carbon dioxide, releasing oxygen, and providing beneficial aerosols and medicines. They are essentially a global warming solution.
Archangel has successfully cloned some of the world’s largest and oldest trees — among them coast redwoods and giant sequoias. They have also grown seedlings from the oldest tree in the world, the bristlecone pine Methuselah. Many of these cloned seedlings have been planted in climate compatible areas and there is even a “super grove” of clones in Oregon from over 70 individual champion coast redwoods and giant sequoias.
Since the 1980’s Terry has developed a variety of pioneer residential, commercial, industrial and recreational land development projects which employed innovative sustainability technologies, including a specialty in native plant preservation and restoration techniques.
In 1997 Terry co-founded the Florida Champion Tree Project and in 1998 was appointed as a founding Executive Board member of the USDA South Florida Community-Urban Resources Partnership.
In the first decade of the 21st century, Terry completed a three year term as Director of the International Society of Arboriculture and stepped down as the Founding Executive Director of the non-profit Champion Tree Project International to become certified in permaculture design, establish Tree of Life Sustainable Development Consulting, work with Sustainable Land Development Today magazine, as an Editorial Board Director and SLDT Newsletter Editor, and co-found Sustainable Land Development Initiative.
Terry is now developing a sustainable home and permaculture eco-forestry research, education, and recreational project overlooking the Pacific Ocean and the largest remaining old-growth forest on the southern Oregon coast.
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