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Residents of the gulf coast have always cherished the live oak tree as an icon of grace, strength and commitment. And that's just what officials...

What’s the oldest oak tree on the Coast?

In honor of Earth Day, here’s a little South Mississippi trivia: what’s the oldest oak tree on the Coast? The giant historic live oak at...

Biloxi City Council Still on the Fence About Tree Council

Jerry Creel and developers worry the tree committee would have too much control and may slow down development in Biloxi.

Snowflakes on the Bay Celebrates Oaks in the City

Century old live oaks are lit in a magical display in downtown Bay St. Louis as part of their annual Snowflakes in the Bay event.

Will Biloxi’s Oak Trees be Protected?

With all the construction in Biloxi, a number of trees have been cut down to make way for development, and some Biloxi residents are calling for better oversight for preserving trees.

Fate of Biloxi Oak Trees Still Up in the Air

The majestic oak trees that line the Mississippi Gulf Coast have long been considered to be an icon and a source of our identity.

Volunteers Work to Replace Oaks at Ohr O’Keefe Museum

Nine years ago, Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast and destroyed many of the old oak trees that are a signature of south Mississippi.

Ohr to Launch Campaign to Restore Oaks

When world-renowned architect Frank Gehry first looked at the site for the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art on east beach, he envisioned shiny buildings nestled neatly among the grove of majestic oak trees.