Forestry

Protecting Arkansas’s forests, and those who enjoy them, from wildland fire and natural hazards while promoting rural and urban forest health, stewardship, development, and conservation for all generations of Arkansans

Eastern White Pine (Pinus strobus)

Eastern White Pine (Naturalized)

Owner: Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Address: 600 Museum Way, Bentonville

County: Benton

Property: Private, with public access

Circumference: 110"

Crown width: 40' 

Height: 90'

Bigness Index: 210

(Bigness Index = trunk circ. + height + 25% crown width)

Location:  (36.38095,-94.20146) Tree is on paved Orchard trail just a few feet from the main parking area.  The Champion Blackgum is also on this property.  A paved trail connects this property to the Compton Gardens property where the Champion Yellowwood and American Hybrid Chestnut are located.  Four Champion Trees can be viewed on about a 2 mile roundtrip walk.

In the case of private property, please contact the Benton County Forestry Division Crew to ensure viewing is permitted, and to schedule a showing.

The mission of the Forestry Division is to protect Arkansas’s forests, and those who enjoy them, from wildland fire and natural hazards while promoting rural and urban forest health, stewardship, development and conservation for all generations of Arkansans.

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