Resilience Through the Underground is an ongoing project looking at the state of the natural world in the 21st Century: How nature has been impacted by hundreds of years of industry, how development and nature respond to each other, and how nature will move forward from here. The title "Resilience Through the Underground", references a forests ability to communicate through a widespread network root systems and mycelium. When there is danger or destruction occurring above ground, trees are able to communicate with each other beneath the ground to protect one another, and protect the forest itself.

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