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And now tonight's Brief But Spectacular explores old growth trees and the natural history of Wisconsin's Northwoods.
Author and naturalist John Bates takes us there. He's worked in the area for more than 30 years
helping people understand the diversity and the beauty of nature and our place within it.
Bates' most recent book is titled Our Living Ancestors.
My interest in old growth took off in, oh, about 2003.
I'd been walking in older forests, and found that they were quite rare and wondered why.
Why did we cut so many down? They're a filter for air. They're a storage of carbon. They provide shade to our streams.
I felt humility walking into these sites in a place where trees are 400 or 500 years old.
I found myself feeling a deep gratitude that these trees were resilient enough to still be here.
My job, as a naturalist, is to help people gain environmental literacy,
so that they have a deeper understanding of place based on this enriched understanding of where they are.
If you're standing under an old white pine here in Wisconsin that's 400 or 500 years old,
you are standing underneath a tree that Native Americans had stood under.
The trees are living tissue. They're not hardened amber. They're not footprints.
They're not stories people have told with all the biases that we have as human beings. They're travelers through time.
今晚《简短而精彩》的主题是老树和威斯康星州诺斯伍德的自然历史。
作家兼自然主义者约翰・贝茨将带我们了解这里。他在该地区已经工作30多年了,
他帮助人们了解自然的多样性和美丽,以及人类在自然中扮演的角色。
贝茨最近的一本书叫《我们活着的祖先》。
我对年老生长的兴趣起源于2003年。
我曾在古老的森林里穿梭,发现它们很罕见,于是我好奇其中的原因。
我们为何要砍掉这么多的树呢?树木是空气的过滤器,储存着许多碳,为溪流提供荫蔽。
我感觉到人类走进了这些地方,而这些地方的树大概有四五百年的历史了。
我深深地感恩这些树木如此顽强,能一直坚持着。
我作为自然主义者的职责就是帮助人们更了解环境,
这样大家就能在充分地了解自己所在的环境之后就能更深切地了解一个地方。
如果此时的你站在威斯康星州一棵有着四五百年的老五针松树下,
那么这棵树可能也曾为许多本土美洲人提供过荫蔽。
树木就是还活着的组织。树木不是变硬的琥珀,不是脚印,
不是人们基于自己作为人类的偏见而讲述出来的故事。树木是时空旅客。
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