The “Camp Wright Tree” is an impressive red oak that stood on the beautiful 140 acre Kent Island property “Camp Wright” for over 100 years. Undoubtedly it saw many generations of campers, including Ten Eyck Brewery’s own Nicki. Ten Eyck is a must stop in Wye Mills, MD and the…
At 7:40 a.m. on the morning of December 9, 2015, the sound of the first firing up of a chain saw was heard around the parking lot of St. Paul’s Parish, Kent. It was time to begin the felling of Maryland’s most historical tree, the 400 year old United States Champion Swamp Chestnut Oak
The mammoth Red Oak, a landmark on Romancoke Road, that fell during the tornado that hit Bay City in July is being reclaimed by Wood Ingenuity of Queen Anne. Wood Ingenuity is looking to salvage as much as possible from the approximately 300-year-old tree,
In 2013, a large White Oak went down during a storm on the farm of Jim Boyle, a farmer in Queen Anne’s County for over 50 years. Jim Boyle’s belief in not wasting led him to look for someone to cut the tree to use for the sides of a barn.