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By: Marc W.
Location: Eastmoreland

This is, from what we have been told and looks accurate from photos online, a Cedrus deodara, the Deodar cedar aka Himalayan cedar. As homeowners since 2013, on a house built in 1928, we don't have any verifiable history. Once, about a year into o...
By: Joe D.
Location: Eastmoreland

My parents bought their house in 1960, and I was born in 1964. They planted this oak tree next to the house in my honor when I was born. I remember as a kid being able to reach my hands around the trunk and touch my fingertips together on the other s...
By: Catherine M.
Location: Eastmoreland

In 1989 our neighbor Agatha Pearson brought us a hand-written note regarding this tree: "Aug.1989 The Fir Tree Brought from Port Orford in 1972 The Douglas Fir was 1-1 1/2 feet high. Mrs. Smith's son who is with the Forest Service brought it up....
By: Meg M.
Location: Eastmoreland

This is a glorious maple planted when Eastmoreland was platted. The original street tree planting was maples on the north/south streets and elms on the east/west streets. This wonderful tree is slated for removal because the original house will be de...
By: Robert B.
Location: Eastmoreland

Helped save these Redwoods, put my butt on the line..proudly would do it again...hats off to all of us..
By: Tim B.
Location: Eastmoreland

This sequoia and its two partners were the subject of a media storm for quite a while because a developer who bought the land wanted to cut them down. The neighborhood rallied against that and eventually came up with enough money to buy the property...