By Bob Blalock
Reboot Reforestation wants to plant a seed, or more accurately, thousands of acres of seeds, across Alabama and the Southeast.
The Tuscaloosa-based startup seeks to help restore longleaf pine forests across the Southeastern United States.
The longleaf pine, Alabama’s state tree, once sprawled across an estimated 90 million acres from Virginia to Texas, but less than 5 percent of its original acreage remains, according to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
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