WISD leaders to look for alternatives...

WISD leaders to look for alternatives to cutting down centuries-old tree

There are 1 comment on the Waco Tribune-Herald story from Sep 13, 2012, titled WISD leaders to look for alternatives to cutting down centuries-old tree. In it, Waco Tribune-Herald reports that:

After hearing from several concerned residents, Waco Independent School District officials are considering how they might save a centuries-old tree and still put in a track and field at Indian Spring Middle School.

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Tree hugger

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Sep 14, 2012
For the people who think, "So an old tree gets cut down...so what!"
The real loss is this: If you had a chance to live to be 250 years old, healthy and happy, would you?
So, this old oak tree in Waco has already done that, and, being still alive and healthy, may be able to give humans clues as to how this can be done.(And if you "Ask" really nicely, you may be surprised to find a new thought that would never have occurred to you before as an "answer"...

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