Emman Posted July 16, 2021 Author Report Share Posted July 16, 2021 18 hours ago, Jcalvin said: It's a shame. Georgia use to be filled with Long Leaf Pine and wild prairies under their canopy . Slash Pine, but to a greater degree loblolly Pine, has taken over the state through timber and lumber production. There's still patches of the old long leaf pine forest around the Fort Gordon area in Augusta but who knows, it might eventually get cut down for new "development". They messed up a beautiful southern natural landscape throughout Georgia(and much of the coastal plain), there needs to be a long leaf pine restoration project . 1 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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