Save the Hemlocks T-shirt

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Hemlocks in the southern Appalachians are under attack from a non-native insect, the hemlock wooly adelgid. If nothing is done, we will lose these magnificent trees, including the thousands of acres of old-growth in the Smokies. Will the hemlock go the way of the American chestnut and Fraser fir? Not on our watch! Proceeds from the sale of this product (and all GSMA products) go to help save the hemlock in the Smokies and other vital park projects. 100% cotton. Sizing is unisex.
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  1. EYS Exotics & Invasives:  Larry and the Lady HWAs EYS Exotics & Invasives: Larry and the Lady HWAs During my most recent Experience Your Smokies class, I learned the details of a sad story. It all started in 1951, when a seemingly innocent shipment of trees made its way from Japan to Richmond, Va. The trees were intended for used as exotic suburban showpieces. Unfortunately, they carried with them an invasive species that would, in 40 years time, almost completely destroy one of the most ecologically important tree species in Great Smoky Mount