Ga. port officials promise to protect anc

Ga. port officials promise to protect ancient oaks
Associated Press

In this photo provided by the Georgia Port Authority, Georgia Ports Authority Executive Director Curtis Foltz announces a commitment to protect and preserve a number of live oak trees on the port's property during a ceremony, Friday, April, 26, 2013, in Savannah, Ga. About a dozen trees that are more than 200 years old are located on GPA’s Garden City Terminal. Of those, the two oldest are both estimated to be more than 360 years old. Port officials say they have placed the trees under protective governance, meaning they won't be harmed. (AP Photo/Georgia Port Authority, Stephen Morton)

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