The Campaign to Elect Sequoia As The National Tree Photo Advisory

Apr 19, 2001, 01:00 ET from The Campaign to Elect Sequoia As The National Tree

    The Campaign to Elect Sequoia As The National Tree has issued the
 following caption to accompany the photo available at:
 
     http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20010419/LATH081
 
     California's Secretary of State, Bill Jones, stands proudly next to his
 painting of a Giant Sequoia -- his choice for the National Arbor Day
 Foundation's national tree campaign.  Supported by Governor Davis and other
 top elected officials, the Giant Sequoia only grows naturally in California.
 The oldest and largest tree in the world, the "General Sherman" Giant Sequoia
 can be seen at Sequoia National Park near Fresno, California.
 
     For information, quotes from elected officials, contact Ilysha Adelstein
 at 310-444-7005.
 
 

SOURCE The Campaign to Elect Sequoia As The National Tree
    The Campaign to Elect Sequoia As The National Tree has issued the
 following caption to accompany the photo available at:
 
     http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20010419/LATH081
 
     California's Secretary of State, Bill Jones, stands proudly next to his
 painting of a Giant Sequoia -- his choice for the National Arbor Day
 Foundation's national tree campaign.  Supported by Governor Davis and other
 top elected officials, the Giant Sequoia only grows naturally in California.
 The oldest and largest tree in the world, the "General Sherman" Giant Sequoia
 can be seen at Sequoia National Park near Fresno, California.
 
     For information, quotes from elected officials, contact Ilysha Adelstein
 at 310-444-7005.
 
 SOURCE  The Campaign to Elect Sequoia As The National Tree