This article is running in the summer issue of American Forests magazine...
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- Fri Jun 29, 2018 4:41 pm
- Forum: History and Historical Great Trees
- Topic: Re: American Forests magazine article on historic live oaks
- Replies: 2
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Larry and Tyler -- For the record, my goals are very different from Larry's and I don't really see any competition between what we do. I'm interested in documenting the old oaks through making "tree portraits" and researching the history of how each tree has been part of the human history of the pla...
- Sun May 25, 2014 1:30 pm
- Forum: Live Oak Project
- Topic: St. Joseph Plantation Live Oaks Vachiere Louisiana
- Replies: 13
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Larry, just south of New Roads, LA, on Hwy 1, you'll find the Randall Oak (Dr. Stephens called it the Maryland Oak). It's a single trunk oak with a circumference of more than 35 feet. It was #11 on Dr. Stephens original list of 43 inductees into the Live Oak Society and is a very stunning tree. If y...
- Fri Jun 18, 2010 1:41 pm
- Forum: Louisiana
- Topic: To Larry Tucei - regarding Gabriel Oak
- Replies: 1
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Larry - just a note to commend you on your continuing search for live oaks across the Gulf South. Though, I noticed in your post about your trip through St. Martinville, LA, that you mis-identified the Gabriel Oak. The tree you photographed appears to be one next door and a little behind the Old Cas...