Recent Examples of sequoia from the Web
The administration’s review has alarmed conservationists worried that protections could be lost for areas that include ancient cliff dwellings, towering sequoia trees, deep canyons and ocean habitats.
The review raised alarm among conservationists who said protections could be lost for areas that are home to ancient cliff dwellings, towering sequoia trees, deep canyons and ocean habitats.
Arguably Boise’s most famous tree, Idaho’s largest sequoia tree has settled into its new home.
The Irish Setter style comes from the 1950s, and whose name comes from the gold russet sequoia coloring—a color so reminiscent of the Irish Setter hunting dog, the brand changed the name of the color to reflect it.
The giant sequoia groves and the land surrounding them is currently protected from logging, but that could change.
At that point, the hospital hired tree experts and the sequoia has thrived despite living in the high desert.
So the 98-foot (30-meter) sequoia planted in 1912 and that’s in the way of a Boise hospital’s expansion is being uprooted and moved about a block to city property this weekend.
The community has been abuzz about the impending move of Idaho’s giant sequoia, slated to take place over the weekend.
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Origin and Etymology of sequoia
First Known Use: circa 1866See Words from the same year
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Definition of sequoia for English Language Learners
: a very tall evergreen tree that grows in California
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