LONGLEAF STORIES

full circle in the hundred acre wood

Gustav is a worry. Nobody knows the path it will follow, but there are some ominous signs that it may be a serious storm.

Everyone remembers the national tragedy of Katrina in 2006 when New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast were devastated. Hurricane Ivan hit Pensacola and Orange Beach, Alabama squarely in September of 2004 and our communities are still recovering. Click here for a short retrospective of trees lost at Longleaf from Hurricane Ivan damage. (Thanks for music and slide show from RockYou.)

 

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