Written by Joe Camarlinghi, Posted: Tue, June 5 2012 at 10:50 AM, Updated: Tue, June 5 2012 at 11:00 AM
A forgotten giant gets new life. A sugar pine outside of Tiller Oregon, was once considered the tallest in the world. That was until someone tried to kill it and everyone assumed they has succeeded.
But, with the death of recent record tree, the title was up for grabs. So a team of tree experts headed back out to Tiller, to see if Oregon's old champion could regain the title.
NBC Five's Joe Camarlinghi has the story in tonight's Joe's Journal.
Joe Camarlinghi is the producer and host of NBC5’s “Joe’s Journal.” He is also an interviewer on NBC5’s “Five on 5.”
Joe was born and raised in San Jose, California before heading off to college in Reno, Nevada. He is a hardcore Bay Area sports fan, following the ups and downs of the 49ers, Giants and Sharks.
In his spare time Joe loves exploring Oregon’s back roads, trails, rivers and streams.