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But the owner is still allowed to cut down their tree if they so wish. May be used without permission.

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One of the best known historic trees in the state is the Council Oak in Dardanelle, which is believed to be the site of a treaty between the Cherokee Nation and the territory of Arkansas in This oak is a State Champion Tree and believed to be over years old c. However, there are older ones that were discovered by the Tree Ring Lab and the oldest is over 1, years old in the Delta region that I hope to nominate in the future.

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The oak was the site of a first kiss with his girlfriend, who later became his wife of 63 years. Forest Service smokejumper with a strong interest in forestry. The shortleaf loblolly pine is the state tree of Arkansas and four were given to Arkansas from the mission.

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It is fascinating to think about what an old tree has seen in its lifetime, which in some cases spans generations. Unfortunately, it was struck by lightning in and it went down. These tall monoliths were propagated from seeds taken on the Apollo 14 Mission in by astronaut Stuart Roosa.

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In North Little Rock, the Laman Live Oak is at this time the only official city tree in the state and even owns its own land. The other was a National Champion Persimmon, which dwarfs the house next to it, located in Dardanelle, just down the street from the Council Oak. The oldest trees registered in the program are very large old growth bald cypress along the Little Maumelle River on the southern border of Pinnacle Mountain State Park.

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It was planted by General Grandison Royston, one of the city fathers of Washington, and it remains a picturesque landmark for the town and the region. They did finish the development but changed the plans to preserve the tree -- a win-win for everyone. For more information or to learn about the nomination criteria for the program, visit forestry.

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The media covered it and the developer reconsidered. These trees are considered ificant old growth trees, over years old for our state.

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A forester preserved this large pine on Potlatch property, outside of Warren from being harvested since it was so large. Warren says when the historic tree program was created in Aprilthe first two trees inducted were two state champion trees that were also national champions. Warren says a registered tree will gain popularity in some cases and like with the state champion magnolia, may affect future development so that the tree is preserved.

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The cypress trees were left next to the shoreline when the fields were cleared for crops, prior to becoming a state park. Seedlings from these trees were propagated by the Forestry Commission and distributed during the 50th year commemoration of the event. This included the National Champion Loblolly Pine.