A 200-year-old sycamore tree near a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northumberland, England that was felled this past fall in an suspected act of vandalism will live on through viable saplings. The tree is situated near Hadrian's Wall, that once marked the ancient frontier of the Roman Empire, and was a famous spot for people to visit during vacations, walks and picnics. The felling had sparked public sadness and outrage as arborists rushed to the scene to try to preserve the tree. Plans to create a lasting tribute to the tree are underway, including how best to use the wood salvaged from its large trunk.

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