Hollow Tree Has 150 Days

Awhile back I posted about the famous Stanley Park Hollow Tree being cut down.

Well it appears that enough people brought enough attention to the Hollow Tree getting the axe, that the parks board has decided to delay that by 150 days to further evaluate options and determine whether or not they can keep the tree standing.

What gets me a little irked is how the decision to cut down 70 trees at Queen Elizabeth park is lumped in there with this news. They take a little bit of good news that has more focus to try to offset the fact that they’re taking down 70 perfectly fine trees.

The Vancouver City Parks board or whichever one makes these final decisions really needs more spotlight to keep them accountable in my opinion.

More on the hollow tree. 

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