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The biggest of its kind

Durango’s black locust tree named a state champion
A Durango black locust officially became the largest of its species in Colorado on Friday. Lindsay Gartner, with the Colorado State Forest Service, holds her hand up to provide a target for the laser rangefinder while taking measurements of the 76-foot-tall tree.
Lindsay Gartner, assistant district forester, on Friday measures the girth of the black locust tree.
A Durango black locust officially became the largest of its species in Colorado on Friday. Lindsay Gartner, with the Colorado State Forest Service, holds her hand up to provide a target for the laser rangefinder while taking measurements of the 76-foot-tall tree.
Colorado State forester David Dilling on Friday aims the laser rangefinder while taking measurements of the state’s newly declared largest black locust tree.

The biggest of its kind

A Durango black locust officially became the largest of its species in Colorado on Friday. Lindsay Gartner, with the Colorado State Forest Service, holds her hand up to provide a target for the laser rangefinder while taking measurements of the 76-foot-tall tree.
Lindsay Gartner, assistant district forester, on Friday measures the girth of the black locust tree.
A Durango black locust officially became the largest of its species in Colorado on Friday. Lindsay Gartner, with the Colorado State Forest Service, holds her hand up to provide a target for the laser rangefinder while taking measurements of the 76-foot-tall tree.
Colorado State forester David Dilling on Friday aims the laser rangefinder while taking measurements of the state’s newly declared largest black locust tree.
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