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Trees Matter: Secrest Arboretum Storm The Tornado of September 16, 2010
The New Jack and Deb Miller Arboretum Building:
Dave Nielsen and Fred Robinson Arrive at the Workshop:
Plant DiagnosticWorkshop: Joe Boggs Teaches:
Cactus Outside New Building
Joe Boggs Teaches Streeter Amphitheatre
Nielsen and Herms Pavilion
OARDC Storm Command Center :One Day After
Planetrees in Fisher Parking Lot
Urban Elm Downed:
Ken Cochran and Dawnredwood Ambassador Burney Huff: 9-17
A View up Crabapple Lane: 9-17
A View of the Stone House: 9-17
The Sycamore Forest: 9-17
Rhody and Crabapple Blowing In
But part of that rhody holds on… and will survive!
Silver Maple Stands Amid Debris
The Rock Sans Spruce Grove
Entering the New Gardens
Ken and Joe Cochran: Cleanup Begins
Water Garden & Fernleaf Beech
Jack and Deb Miller Pavilion
Force of the Wind from Pavilion
The View From the Pavilion
Pavilion Contents in the Trees
The Chair & White Pine
Forest Behind Rhododendrons
Ohio Buckeye and Background
View to the Amphitheatre
President Gee, Bobby Moser, Steve Slack, Bill Ravlin, & Ken Cochran: September 17, 2010
Umbrella Magnolias to the Right
The White Pine Archway
The Farm Shop
Shredding of Leaves on Trees
The Powerful Nature of Wind
Kristen Jackson Overview
The Parry Family Overlook
Uprooting of Trees
The Secrest Forest Plots
Arborvitae Grove Lives!
Freeman Maple Shows Decay
Majestic Silver Linden Felled
Ag Engineering Building
The Power of Wind
Crabapple and Debris Behind
Phenology Pavilion Is Intact!
Benches to Rebuild
A Stark Reminder of the Wind
Stone House Oaks
OARDC Shines On and On
The Iconic Red Car
Cleanup Begins in Earnest
Steve Slack & Bobby Moser
Carol Whittaker, Bobby Moser, Dan Herms in the Arb:
Smaller trees often prevailed
But it could be devastating
Greenhouses were crushed
Major Damage: Ag Engineering
Dolgo Crabapple Sculpture Roy Lichtenstein?
Remember That Cactus?
Still standing, but leaves blew in!
Sign of the Times
Lost Tree Inventory:
From the Future: Cathy Herms
Tree Stump Tells of Past Perils
GPS: Primitive &Advanced
Pin Oak Diameter of 42 Inches
Urban Elms Behind Gourley
Ken ever said these really grew
Ag Engineering Bldg Damage
Charles Krause Surveys His Lab
With Help From His Friends
From a Nearby Greenhouse
Loss of Magnificent Pin Oaks
Crablandia I is a Memory
Ken and Steve Confer
Parvis e glandibus quercus Mighty oaks from little acorns grow
Felling Trees in Sycamore Forest
Cardina Measures 42” Sycamore
Sycamore: Bone Structure of the Landscape
Bruce and John: 53” Sycamore
Golden Crabapple Dust
Gourley Hall Greenhouse in Crablandia I
Stone House Oaks and Campus
Oaks: John, Cathy, Bruce
Bruce and Root Ball
Bruce and Root Ball II
John with Selby Hall in Background
The Tree Amigos
Cathy Hugs a Tree
Joe, Ken, and Jim Karcher Plan the Next Step
The Ginkgo Stops the Silo
The Ginkgo Stops the Silo II
Ken Greets Denise Ellsworth
Secrest Curator Ken Cochran
Joe Cochran Rebuilds
We Look At Clouds From Both Sides Now The Beauty of
A Hawk Surveys Its New Domain
A Little Bit Disorienting
This Clematis Climbs New Landscapes
An Artificial Leaf Flies In from Somewhere
Umbrella Magnolia Arise!
White Pine Forest Deconstructed
John Continues The Inventory Of Ecological Services Lost - & To Come:
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