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  • When Trees Talk

    When Trees Talk

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  • A Look Into the Past

    A Look Into the Past

    On Groundhog Day, Punxsutawney Phil may be able to help us see 6 weeks into the climate’s future, but trees can help us see centuries and even millenniums into its past.

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  • The Oaks of New Orleans

    The Oaks of New Orleans

    Anyone who has ever been to New Orleans knows its residents are a very impassioned people. While the revelry has always been displayed proudly on the city’s streets, the despair and anger of the people was contained to a grove of Oak trees in what is now New Orleans City Park.

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  • Olde Wood Awarded Best of Houzz 2017

    Olde Wood Awarded Best of Houzz 2017

    Olde Wood Limited has been awarded “Best of Service 2017” by the Houzz community!

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  • The Last Stand

    The Last Stand

    Centuries ago, the forests in the Eastern United States were much different than they are now. They were dominated by a giant known as the American Chestnut. Unfortunately, a disease that came to be known as the Chestnut blight began killing the trees in 1904 and almost decimated the species by the 1950s. Luckily, though, a Wisconsin farmer with a love for Chestnut planted several of them on his farm which happened to be outside the natural range of the blight. The trees were able to grow, and a stand of them still exists today.

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  • Wooden Highways

    Wooden Highways

    There was a time in our past when our roads were not made of concrete or asphalt, but instead they were made of wooden planks. Today’s roadways may seem more efficient, but depending on your mode of transportation, wooden planks may be the best route. Learn when wooden plank roads would be more appropriate!

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