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Ginkgo: The Tree That Time Forgot

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Ginkgo: The Tree That Time Forgot


"Ginkgo was probably on the edge of extinction until people found it useful."

If you ever stroll down a street lined with Ginkgo biloba trees, you will be walking among living fossils. It is a plant that has survived on earth more than 1,000 times longer than modern humans, and yet, ginkgo owes its existence today to humanity's desire for food, medicine, and simple beauty. OSGF President Sir Peter Crane is featured in this episode of the podcast Generation Anthropocene to tell the story of ginkgo, arguably mankind's oldest conservation effort.

Take a look at some of Dr. Crane's photos of ginkgo trees