This picture was sent to us from Jerry Collins. He said “all ten of the sequoia seedlings planted in the spring of 2009 are surviving, and most are thriving. The largest is now 8’0″ tall. The larger trees seem to be established in their northern Idaho home (Elev. 2200′ and 100 mi. s. of Canada) and grew over two feet this year. It is a pleasure to watch them grow. Only one seedling has had minor browsing damage by deer or moose. Thanks for helping these amazing trees spread across the country and globe”.