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Post by edfrank » Sat Mar 20, 2010 10:04 pm ... kansas.htm ... 4c03?hl=en
White Oaks #2 December 10, 2009 ... ark_ar.htm
Logoly State Park AR Aug 2008 ... mpions.htm
Some New Arkansas Champions
July 2007 ... ampion.htm
Potential National Champion Water Tupelo
Sept 2006 ... w_oaks.htm
Big Arkansas Willow Oaks
April 2005 ... rtleaf.htm
Levi Wilcoxon Demonstration Forest: Shortleaf Pine April 2005 ... _ivory.htm
Search for the Ivory Billed Woodpecker Jan 2003 ... _pines.htm
Levi Wilcoxon Demonstration Forest, Desc Gallery
Aug 2004 ... rtleaf.htm
LWDF and a champion shortleaf pine March 2006 ... _trees.htm
University of Arkansas - Monticello Campus Trees March 2005 ... kudzu2.htm
Village Creek State Park- Kudzu
Aug 2006 ... pecker.htm
Ivory Billed Woodpecker Found April 2005 ... erence.htm
Arkansas 7th Old Growth Conference March 2006 ... vory06.htm
Ivory Billed Woodpecker notes April 2006 ... _trees.htm
Big, Ancient, and Historical Trees of Arkansas,Past and Present - Don

Dismal Hollow Research Natural Area, in Ozark National Forest,
Arkansas (Newton County): an estimated 400 acres of undisrupted forest in
the bottom of a steep canyon. Beech dominate. ... _pines.htm
Levi Wilcoxon Demonstration Forest (LWDF) south of Hamburg, Arkansas Aug

Former national champion loblolly had lived in a bottomland in Cleveland
County. Unfortunately, this giant was blown over in a windstorm in April
2003 (check out for some pictures of this tree,
standing and felled).

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