Summary: The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation announced today that a 102-year-old magnolia tree on the front lawn of the iconic Rhodes Hall was removed. Planted in 1917, the tree snapped a critical brace and suffered more damage this summer. Earlier this month, it was deemed to be a safety hazard. This is the second…

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  Trees are amazing organisms. They provide oxygen, they provide shade, and they help make a property look better and more appealing. Unfortunately, they’re living organisms, which means they suffer from disease, and even death. When a tree is alive, when it’s growing strong and is structurally sound, then it’s a great asset to a…

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