Relocated Oak Tree Marks First Spring in its New Home
Last fall, as part of the ongoing Ross construction project, the school hired experts to move a 65-foot, 250-year-old oak tree from the north side of the Ross campus to a new site near the corner of Tappan and Monroe streets.
This spring, the tree fully leafed out in its new location. Follow-up care includes regular monitoring, irrigation, and fertilization.
Click on the image above to watch a time-lapse view of the tree leafing out in its new location. The tree was moved to make room for a new academic and administrative building on the Ross campus, Jeff T. Blau Hall, which is scheduled to be completed next year.