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Board Members Elected at DLC’s Annual Meeting and New Officers Announced

At DLC’s annual meeting on December 5th, held at the Runneymede Conservation Area, members unanimously endorsed the slate of Board Officers for 2022: President, Paul Freestone; Vice-President, Ed Harris; Secretary, Janet Anderson; and Treasurer, Tom Watson. Former DLC President, Gordon Clark remains on the Board and will serve on both the Urban Forestry and Community

#008 Live Oak

DAVIDSON TREASURE TREES #008 Live Oak (Quercus virginia) This Live Oak was transplanted by the original homeowner in the early 1960s. The seedling was brought from Figure Eight Island, just north of Wrightsville Beach. Live Oaks are rare in Davidson as they

#009 White Oak

DAVIDSON TREASURE TREES #009 White Oak (Quercus alba) This White Oak sits on Davidson's campus and is the largest tree by total points in our program. There is no information on the origins of this tree. Although white oaks are very

#010 Pin Oak

DAVIDSON TREASURE TREES #010 Pin Oak (Quercus palustris) This Pin Oak sits on Davidson's campus. There is no information of the origins of this tree. Please reach out to Davidson Lands Conservancy if you have any information on this tree. Statistics

#011 Big Leaf Magnolia

DAVIDSON TREASURE TREES #011 Big Leaf Magnolia (Magnolia macrophylla) This Bigleaf Magnolia was planted along with many native plants on this property for its rarity. It was specially nurtured from a seedling by Colin S. Shaw. It was planted shortly after

#012 Sugar Maple

DAVIDSON TREASURE TREES #012 Sugar Maple (Acer saccharum) Currently no information or statistics. Statistics (2022) Circumference (In.): 132" Height (Ft.): 55' Avg. Crown Spread (Ft.): 21' Diameter Breast Height (In.): 41" Total Points: 192 More Information Year Recognized: 2021 Current

#014 American Elm

DAVIDSON TREASURE TREES #014 American Elm (Ulmus americana) This American elm was reportedly planted when the home was constructed in 1901 in Davidson's first residential development. It sits along an alley behind South Street. It has a sister tree, another American

#015 Norway Spruce

DAVIDSON TREASURE TREES #015 Norway Spruce (Picea abies) Statistics (2021) Circumference (In.): 60" Height (Ft.): 55' Avg. Crown Spread (Ft.): 42' Diameter Breast Height (In.): 19" Total Points: 126 More Information Year Recognized: 2021 Current condition: Good Property Type: Private Ecological

#016 Southern Magnolia

DAVIDSON TREASURE TREES #016 Southern Magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora) Second largest Southern Magnolia in the Davidson Tree inventory, tree #742 Statistics (2021) Circumference (In.): 139" Height (Ft.): 67' Avg. Crown Spread (Ft.): 56' Diameter Breast Height (In.): 44" Total Points: 220

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