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Random Fact: Trees & Air Quality
posted on 7/23/2015 at 00:00:00
 
 
DID YOU KNOW?
 
A single 30-meter-tall mature tree can absorb as much carbon dioxide it’s lifetime as would be produced by an average car being driven 25,787 miles. The same tree could also produce 5,998.78 pounds of oxygen in a year, which is enough to support at least two people.

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CHAMPION TREES OF WARREN COUNTY NJ
posted on 9/18/2015 at 00:00:00

 

Those of us who are from Warren County, NJ truly understand why New Jersey is known as the "Garden State”. And for locals, it’s no wonder that 8 of the Champion Trees in the Garden State call Warren County their home.

What is a Champion Tree?

A champion tree is the largest recorded tree of its species. Each state has its own registry of champion trees. New Jersey has just over 100 Champion trees currently documented. They are measured using AF Points (American Forest Points) which take into account the trunk circumference, height, and average crown spread of the tree.