Monthly Archives: January 2019

The Wake of the Hurricane – Downey Trees Report from the Panhandle

January 18, 2019 Even today, three months after Hurricane Michael struck a section of the Florida Panhandle, the scene in the storm’s path becomes other-worldly: trees uprooted, leaning precariously, or completely snapped off at incongruous heights. Hundred-year-old Oak trees still standing, but with gnarled limbs resembling ghoulish arms, leaves mostly […]

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