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Trees Matter: Secrest Arboretum Storm The Tornado of September 16, 2010
The New Jack and Deb Miller Arboretum Building: 9-10-10
Dave Nielsen and Fred Robinson Arrive at the Workshop:9-10-10
Plant DiagnosticWorkshop: Joe Boggs Teaches: 9-10-10
Cactus Outside New Building 9-10-10
Joe Boggs Teaches Streeter Amphitheatre
Nielsen and Herms Pavilion 9-10-10
OARDC Storm Command Center 9-17-2010:One Day After
Planetrees in Fisher Parking Lot 9-17-2010
Urban Elm Downed: 9-17-10
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
Crablandia I: 9-17-10
Crablandia II: 9-17-10
Rhody and Crabapple Blowing In 9-17-2010
But part of that rhody holds on… and will survive!
Silver Maple Stands Amid Debris 9-17-2010
The Rock Sans Spruce Grove 9-17-10
Entering the New Gardens 9-17-10
Ken and Joe Cochran: Cleanup Begins 9-17-10
Water Garden & Fernleaf Beech 9-17-10
Jack and Deb Miller Pavilion 9-17-10
Force of the Wind from Pavilion 9-17-10
The View From the Pavilion 9-17-10
Pavilion Contents in the Trees 9-17-10
The Chair & White Pine 9-17-10
Forest Behind Rhododendrons 9-17-10
Ohio Buckeye and Background 9-17-10
View to the Amphitheatre 9-17-10
President Gee, Bobby Moser, Steve Slack, Bill Ravlin, & Ken Cochran: September 17, 2010
Umbrella Magnolias to the Right 9-17-10
The White Pine Archway 9-17-10
The Farm Shop 9-17-10
Shredding of Leaves on Trees 9-17-10
The Powerful Nature of Wind 9-17-10
Kristen Jackson Overview 9-17-10
The Parry Family Overlook 9-17-10
Uprooting of Trees 9-17-10
The Secrest Forest Plots 9-17-10
Arborvitae Grove Lives! 9-17-10
Freeman Maple Shows Decay 9-17-10
Majestic Silver Linden Felled 9-17-10
Ag Engineering Building 9-17-10
The Power of Wind 9-17-10
Crabapple and Debris Behind 9-17-10
Phenology Pavilion Is Intact! 9-17-10
Benches to Rebuild 9-17-10
A Stark Reminder of the Wind
Crabarians Enshadowed 9-17-10
Stone House Oaks 9-17-10
OARDC Shines On and On 9-17-10
The Iconic Red Car 9-17-10
Cleanup Begins in Earnest 9-18-10
Steve Slack & Bobby Moser 9-18-10
Governor Strickland 9-18-10
Carol Whittaker, Bobby Moser, Dan Herms in the Arb: 9-18-10
Smaller trees often prevailed 9-18-10
But it could be devastating 9-18-10
Greenhouses were crushed 9-18-10
Major Damage: Ag Engineering 9-18-10
Dolgo Crabapple Sculpture Roy Lichtenstein? 9-18-10
Remember That Cactus? 9-18-10
Still standing, but leaves blew in! 9-18-10
Sign of the 9-16-10 Times
Lost Tree Inventory: 9-19-10
From the Future: Cathy Herms 9-19-10
Tree Stump Tells of Past Perils 9-19-10
GPS: Primitive &Advanced 9-19-10
Pin Oak Diameter of 42 Inches 9-19-10
Urban Elms Behind Gourley 9-19-10
Ken ever said these really grew 9-19-10
Ag Engineering Bldg Damage 9-19-10
Charles Krause Surveys His Lab 9-19-10
With Help From His Friends 9-19-10
From a Nearby Greenhouse 9-19-10
Loss of Magnificent Pin Oaks 9-19-10
Crablandia I is a Memory 9-19-10
Ken and Steve Confer 9-19-10
Raining Acorns! 9-19-10
Parvis e glandibus quercus Mighty oaks from little acorns grow
Felling Trees in Sycamore Forest 9-20-10
Cardina Measures 42” Sycamore 9-20-10
Sycamore: Bone Structure of the Landscape 9-20-10
Sweetgum Sculpture 9-20-10
Bruce and John: 53” Sycamore 9-20-10
Golden Crabapple Dust 9-20-10
Crabapple Pyre 9-20-10
Gourley Hall Greenhouse in Crablandia I 9-20-10
Stone House Oaks and Campus 9-20-10
Oaks: John, Cathy, Bruce 9-20-10
Bruce and Root Ball 9-20-10
Bruce and Root Ball II 9-20-10
John with Selby Hall in Background 9-20-10
The Tree Amigos 9-20-10
Cathy Hugs a Tree 9-20-10
Joe, Ken, and Jim Karcher Plan the Next Step 9-20-10
The Ginkgo Stops the Silo 9-20-10
The Ginkgo Stops the Silo II 9-20-10
Ken Greets Denise Ellsworth 9-20-10
Secrest Curator Ken Cochran 9-20-10
Joe Cochran Rebuilds 9-20-10
We Look At Clouds From Both Sides Now The Beauty of 9-20-10
A Hawk Surveys Its New Domain 9-21-10
A Little Bit Disorienting 9-21-10
This Clematis Climbs New Landscapes 9-21-10
An Artificial Leaf Flies In from Somewhere 9-21-10
Umbrella Magnolia Arise! 9-21-10
White Pine Forest Deconstructed 9-21-10
John Continues The Inventory Of Ecological Services Lost - & To Come: 9-21-10
Conifer Plantations Module #7 Restoring Your Plantation 7-1.
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