• Forester Suzanne Simard has helped discover the ways trees can communicate with one another, often across great distances.
  • Using mycelium networks composed of fungi, trees can communicate, help ensure they aren’t competing for resources with each other, and even share nutrients.
  • Suzanne Simard’s Ted Talk “How trees talk to each other” walks you through the basics of the mycelium network, often referred to as the “Wood Wide Web.”
  • “Underground there is this other world, a world of infinite biological pathways.”

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