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  • How to move a tree on giant hot dogs in Boise

    David Cox, a tree expert with Environmental Design, a nationally noted tree moving company, explains how crews will move Boise's iconic sequoia tree, the largest in the state. The tree is in the way of the St. Luke's expansion project. It will move to a new site at Fort Boise Park.

David Cox, a tree expert with Environmental Design, a nationally noted tree moving company, explains how crews will move Boise's iconic sequoia tree, the largest in the state. The tree is in the way of the St. Luke's expansion project. It will move to a new site at Fort Boise Park. Anna Webb awebb@idahostatesman.com
David Cox, a tree expert with Environmental Design, a nationally noted tree moving company, explains how crews will move Boise's iconic sequoia tree, the largest in the state. The tree is in the way of the St. Luke's expansion project. It will move to a new site at Fort Boise Park. Anna Webb awebb@idahostatesman.com

Iconic tree will move via system that’s ‘like giant hot dogs’

October 18, 2016 9:29 AM