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Ordway Grove
Ordway Grove
Ordway Grove
Ordway Grove
Ordway Grove
Ordway Grove
Ordway Grove
Ordway Grove
Ordway Grove
Ordway Grove
Ordway Grove
Ordway Grove
Ordway Grove
Ordway Grove
Ordway Grove
Ordway Grove
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Ordway Grove

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Each year my teaching team takes our students to an old growth forest in Norway, Maine to study some of the largest white pines in the northeast.

Each year my teaching team takes our students to an old growth forest in Norway, Maine to study some of the largest white pines in the northeast.

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  • This is teriffic! I used to come here as a kid in the 1950s. Makes me want to share it with my grandchildren. I think I will! This spring or summer. Thanks for posting these wonderful pictures.
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  • 1. Welcome to Ordway Grove. Located in Norway, Maine
  • 2. Old Growth White Pine. Some of these trees have circumferences of over 13 feet, and heights of up to 150 feet tall.
  • 3. Some of the trees are more than 250 years old.
  • 4. Old trees die, allowing new trees to grow.
  • 5. This forest has been preserved since 1789 and has trees of all sizes and species, from old growth to new growth.
  • 6. Tree-hugging is contagious. It spreads from person to person. This individual hugged over 50 trees while in the forest, and I caught most of the hugs on camera!
  • 7. Red Pine Bark with a puzzle piece design
  • 8. Sugar Maple Leaf on Granite
  • 9. Students from the city enjoy the tranquility of the forest.
  • 10. Partridgeberry
  • 11. Maple Leaves and Birch Bark
  • 12. This hole might provide a potential home for animals.
  • 13. Lake Pennesseewassee lies at the western edge of the forest.
  • 14. Lake Pennesseewassee Reflections
  • 15. Lake Pennesseewassee
  • 16. Tranquility

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