But scientists, arborists, land managers and interested citizens are working diligently to help the majestic American Elm reign once again.In this episode of Outdoor Radio, VCE biologists Sara Zahendra and Kent Mc Farland join scientists from the Nature Conservancy and local enthusiasts in Plainfield, Vermont at the foot of a disease-resistant elm.Working with clients age 26 to 80 she has an impressive track record of successful matches to her credit!
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The scientists are taking branch clippings from over 60 feet high in the canopy to pair this tree with other resistant trees across the region.
Like an online elm dating site, when the flower buds from the cuttings open in a few weeks, the pollen will be harvested and matched to other disease resistant trees.
Matchmaker Nicole Leclerc gets to know clients ‘in person’ for an initial interview over coffee.
Getting to know you through questions starts the ground work towards the ultimate goal of finding a relationship for you to explore.
Meeting new people and providing feedback on those meetings helps Nicole hone her skills for her making that ideal introduction.