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Treefort Music Fest has come and gone, but we’re still talking about trees.
Casey concludes our month of tree-themed episodes with another famous Boise tree, the giant sequoia behind St. Luke’s. This tree has lived a long and storied life. Casey reveals the mystery behind its funny looking top and regales us with the story of its recent move across Fort Street.
Trees provide food and habitat for all sorts of other organisms. When a tree dies and remains standing, its habitat value only grows, especially when it stays standing. Standing, dead trees are called snags, and Daniel enumerates some of the species that call snags home.
- Boise Weekly – The City of Trees
- Another famous Boise tree – The Moon Trees
- Habitat Network – Habitat Feature: Snags