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Jack Alexander, the Arnold Arboretum’s plant propagator, took cuttings of a clone derived from the Olmsted elm for repotting.
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Rhose Island School of Design Professor Daniel Cavicchi showed students the stump of the ancient oak tree that was cut down last year.
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The Olmsted elm, in a view from before 2010.
Samantha Anderson examined and took notes at the stump of the ancient oak tree.
Andrea Parikh, Tina Xu, Adam Lowe, Samantha Anderson, Jonah Willcox-Healey, and Mikyung Park examined the stump.
Jack Alexander took cuttings from a clone derived from the Olmsted Elm.
Hilary Wang, Samantha Anderson, Jonah Willcox-Healey, and Mikyung Park visited the Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site.
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