Silver Maple – Hartle Street, near the goat barns
Silver Maple - Hartle StreetThis Silver Maple spent many years near the Goat Barns.
Sugar Maple – Cherry Tree Row, near the playground
Sugar Maple - Cherry Tree row, r the playgrounds This Sugar Maple grew right outside the playground fences. This tree was removed in 2018 due to verticillium wilt. Products from this tree were made and available at the 2019 Grange Fair.
Red Oak – South 4
This Red Oak was removed in 2018 due to disease. This Red Oak tree shaded the South 4 tent row for nearly 100 years.
The planting of new trees
Why are the trees coming down and What's being done about it? Each year an arborist inspects the trees around the fairgrounds. The trees are inspected for any signs of damage such as: insect damage, disease and weather damage. The arborist also identifies...
NEW TREES for 2019!
Check back soon to see which trees have been salvaged and used for this years Grange Fair Products!
Sugar Maple – Hoffer Ave.
The Sugar Maple Trees along Hoffer Avenue was effected by verticillium wilt. This tree stood along the fence row that lines the fairgrounds.
Silver Maple – Behind the Emporium
This Silver Maple tree stood behind the Emporium. It stood between tent rows and likely kept a couple tenters cool year after year.
White Ash – Near the Recreation Building
In 2014, a White Ash Tree near the recreation building was cut down. This White Ash tree was badly damaged by ash borers. These insects have been spreading across the United States for decades. Unfortunately, the insects have made their way to the east...
Norway Maple – Jubilee Grove
In 2017, the Norway Maple that shaded Jubilee Grove was marked for removal. Initially it was not clear what damaged this tree. However, after the tree was cut down, you could see a lightening strike had damaged this tree nearly a decade earlier. The entire...
Silver Maple – Helen’s Perogie Place, E. Rhone Ave.
This massive Silver Maple tree was marked to be removed in 2016. When the tree was cut down, there were 116 growth rings, which dates this tree back to the year 1900. This makes this tree one of the original trees planted along the midway in the early...