The favorite Pin Oak of Tessa Hall and Rachel Hinton in fall 2015

Name(s)

> Tessa Hall and Rachel Hinton

Tree species 

> Pin Oak

Location

 > William T. Young Library

Narrative

This tree is important to us because it houses and feeds wildlife. It helps us conserve energy and provides ecological service. It is also aesthetically pleasing.

Rainwater interception (gallons)

= 2569

Energy conservation (kWh)

= 64

CO2 reduction (pounds)

= 433

Overall annual benefits ($)

= 47

 

Photography

  1. The favorite Pin Oak of Tessa Hall and Rachel Hinton in Fall 2015