Soils in the Hill Country of Texas have been subjected to numerous severe disturbances over the last 150 years. If Mountain Cedars hadn't morphed from trees in forests and woodlands into pioneering thickets of bushy-cedars, our soils would be much more degraded today.

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Texas Wildlife Magazine, Ashe Juniper, the Blessing and the Curse," February 2022.

KXAN News, "Cedar vs. Juniper: Why We Call It Cedar Fever,' January 10, 2022.

San Antonio Tribune, "New Book on Mountain Cedars Challenges Long-held Myths," August 14, 2021

Llano River Watershed Alliance, "What is Mature Cedar," March 19, 2021

Central Texas Gardener, "Why to Love Mountain Cedar," Janaury 2019.

Reporting Texas, "Ecologist Challenges the Myths About Cedar, Texas' Most Hated Tree," December 2017.

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center Magazine, "Public Enemy," 2017.

The Daily Yonder, "Give Cedars a Break," January 2011.

San Antonio Sustainable Living, "Who's Afraid of the Mountain Cedar? Not Land Steward Elizabeth McGreevy," July 2009.

The Jester Warbler, "Dispelling Common Myths of the Ashe Juniper, December 2007.

Capital Area Master Naturalists Field Notes, "Junipers in July," September 2002.