A specific variety of pine may sometimes be identified as the official state tree of Arkansas but, in fact, the legislation did not name a particular species. Like some other states, Arkansas legislators weren't very specific when they crafted legislation to adopt an official state tree. But they did recognize the economic benefits of the timber industry in the state and did manage to select a tree that played a major roll in that industry
Four different species of pine are native to Arkansas. They are shortleaf pine, loblolly pine, longleaf pine, and slash pine. The most common species in the state today are the loblolly pine and the shortleaf pine.
I am retired and live in The Villages located in central Florida. Been here for 13 years; before that I owned a gallery featuring my art, was a custom picture framer and taught acrylic art. About 20 years ago I fell in love with the magic of computers and as an artist I discovered Digital Art and "Adobe Photoshop", the best known software to produce Digital Art.
My blog has been dormant for the past year. Now I have reactivated it. Present art pieces and some interesting happenings will be covered. So if that sort of thing is interesting to you take a peak.
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