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  •   I just watched the news show of" The Survivor Tree" at the MURR building. It was so BEAUTIFULLY presented. I have always remembered that tree and it has always been an inspiration to me. Thank you so much for making it possible for me to watch that video!

  • Thank you SO MUCH for your very kind comments on MY AMERICAN elm tree! It is true,this tree has become better through adversity. Also given attention through it's processes. It pleases me because this type of street lined tree does not occur often.All landscaping tends to be shrubs and folower beds directly in front of houses.This makes my landscape look LARGE and comforting.

  • Mark,

    Thank you so much for all your help in making Guthrie's Arbor Day last weekend a success! You Rock!


  • I got the job of going through the goody bag... this is pretty neat!  Already put our events up...
  • yes it is a woody. Urbanators would expect it.

    When I get a chance to finish my first Grove blog, you will find out we have Emerald ash borer. What's under the hat until the USDA confirms it, we also have 1000 cankers on Walnut, the first East of the Mississippi. But keep that uder your hat.
  • you sure about this? You are part of the hot tub click and I am not.
  • I think you or George took the picture...
  • Welcome to The Grove!
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Oklahoma City, OK

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Oklahoma Forestry Services