A record-breaking tree

Join naturalist Erik Danielson in his search for the largest white pine in New York State, by volume. Watch his methods for measuring big trees and how he locates them using satellite data.

In this video, an Eastern white pine was found in the Moose River Plains Wild Forest in the Adirondack Park of Northern New York State that has the largest known volume of its kind in the state. Danielson, who works for the Western New York Land Conservancy, is active in the tree measuring community and has located several giants.

Video produced by Jak Krouse. Story can be found here: https://www.adirondackexplorer.org/stories/huge-eastern-white-pine-in-remote-adirondack-forest-measures-as-largest

About Jak Krouse

Jak Krouse is a summer intern with Adirondack Explorer. He's a double major in journalism and geology at Washington and Lee University. Jak enjoys exploring the outdoors, going on roadtrips and hiking.

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