Sequoia National Park plans to replant 12,000 sequoia seedlings in grove gutted by Castle Fire

Sequoia National Park officials hope to plant 12,000 giant sequoia seedlings in an area of the park that was severely damaged by the 2020 Castle Fire, part of the devastating SQF Complex that torched about a tenth of the world’s giant sequoia trees.

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