Meet Cheewhat, Canada’s largest tree — and help the alliance keep giants like it safe
Tucked deep in the Pacific Rim National Park on Vancouver Island sits the Cheewhat cedar, Canada’s largest tree.
The Province - Alyssa Noel, July 16, 2011
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The Cheewhat Giant is over 6 meters (20 feet) in trunk diameter, 56 meters (182 feet) in height, and 450 cubic meters in timber volume (or 450 regular telephone poles worth of wood).
Photo by TJ Watt
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