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Most of the old growth forests were clear cut for logging operations or development, and the long-lived, slow-growing longleaf trees were replaced in many areas by loblolly pines or other fast-growing trees for the timber industry.
Nine varieties of free seedlings were given away including American elm, eastern redbud, laurel oak, live oak, loblolly pine, overcup oak, sawtooth oak, water oak and willow oak.
Cooper helped passed out thousands of loblolly pine seedlings to event attendees.
That’s why dogwoods and loblolly pines from East Texas don’t survive in our alkaline black clays here in the Metroplex.
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