Greetings HortForum Members! My name is Joey and I am a postdoctoral researcher at WSU based in Puyallup, Washington. As part of a collaborative program called Forest Health Watch, we've launched a project to map the dieback of western redcedar on inaturalist.org. Western redcedar is a super important species to the region, but many reports of dieback have been shared in recent years. More information is needed to understand the patterns and factors, and and identify vulnerable areas. Community scientists can help by sharing observations of healthy and unhealthy redcedar trees using the iNaturalist smartphone application. Anyone can be a community scientist. For more information visit Redcedar Dieback Map. Thanks! Let me know if you have any questions by contacting us or commenting below.