Great Basin Bristlecone Pine. Photo by Quinn Lowrey
The Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation is committed to a long-term effort to develop modern genomic resources that will assist resource managers in their efforts to restore and conserve the high elevation white pines (whitebark pine, limber pine, Southwestern white pine, foxtail pine, Great Basin bristlecone pine, Rocky Mountain bristlecone pine). We have begun with two species, whitebark pine that is supported by funding from the US Forest Service and bristlecone pine that is supported by funding from the Vaughn-Jordan Foundation.
For more information contact Dr. David Neale at [email protected] or 603-617-6813
Learn about our genome projects: