Sea Pines Resort tree consultant Gary Mullane describes the process, on Nov. 15, 2016, as a crew from Huntsman Tree Suppliers, of Lake City, Fla., places a 45-foot-tall, 10-ton live oak tree along the 10th fairway of Harbour Town Golf Links. The tree is one of 19 mature live oaks and loblolly pines being planted around the golf course to replace those lost in Hurricane Matthew. Mullane estimated that, in total, Harbour Town Golf Links -- which reopened for play on Nov. 9 -- lost nearly 300 trees to the storm. Jay Karr The Island Packet
Sea Pines Resort tree consultant Gary Mullane describes the process, on Nov. 15, 2016, as a crew from Huntsman Tree Suppliers, of Lake City, Fla., places a 45-foot-tall, 10-ton live oak tree along the 10th fairway of Harbour Town Golf Links. The tree is one of 19 mature live oaks and loblolly pines being planted around the golf course to replace those lost in Hurricane Matthew. Mullane estimated that, in total, Harbour Town Golf Links -- which reopened for play on Nov. 9 -- lost nearly 300 trees to the storm. Jay Karr The Island Packet

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