Part of the Doctorarbol team has been working this month in Stavanger, Norway, to transplant two ELMS minor affected by the construction of the headquarters of a Norwegian Bank.
The purpose of the transfer, to part of the preservation of the trees themselves, is the conservation of a species of MOSS that lives in them and that is very low in Norway. Three of the five Ulmus affected by this construction feature Moss. One of them may remain in place original and the other two are relocated to live in better conditions.
All of this made in Norwegian winter.
Well done team! 😉