Global warming shutting down mid-Atlantic’s dranberry farms

I have fond memories of picking wild cranberries in three counties of northeastern Pennsylvania. These wild places of sphagnum moss, fringed orchids, cranberry plants and sundews are endangered by global warming. Sure, they’re not on the federal Endangered Species Act lists, but the future looks dim for these and a lot of other plant species. Read about cranberry farming.

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