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The Hollow Tree is a landmark and artifact of significant local and national cultural value, located in Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC.
After nearly 120 years as a notable Vancouver local and tourist destination, the tree was damaged by recent storms and was facing removal by the Vancouver Parks Board due to safety concerns.  Happily, that danger has now passed.
Thanks to your support the Hollow Tree has been stabilized it in perpetuity with a non-intrusive micropile system, designed and implemented by a team of local engineers, constructors and volunteers, coordinated by the Stanley Park Hollow Tree Conservation Society.  We are now beginning discussions with Park Board on the question of long term stewardship.
The project has cost the taxpayer nothing, has saved the Parks Board a significant demolition and removal expense, and has restored a valuable local landmark for public use and enjoyment for generations to come.
BUT WE STILL NEED YOUR HELP!

***NEW!***

 Dan Pierce of "R A M S H A C K L E  Pictures" has filmed and produced a 7-minute documentary following the SPHTCS's continuing efforts to restore the Hollow Tree. 

VIEW IT HERE