2014-10-09 Scott Bishop writes for the BSLA Fieldbook
Scott Bishop explores the boundaries of Sequoiadendron giganteum in his article "Zone Pusher" for the Fall / Winter 2014 BSLA Fieldbook. Looking back on the 200 million year history of the Sequoiadendron in North America, Scott describes the ongoing work of Stoss, tucking away cold hardy cultivars of the once-prolific species—as well as Metasequoia, Gingko, and others—as an experiment in productive human ecology within the context of a global climactic shift.

Read the article in the 2014 BSLA Fieldbook.