Champion Louisiana Trees

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Parish
Species
National Champ
Co-champ
New
Circum
Height
Spread
Points
Beauregard
American Holly
No
Yes
No
6'11"
55'
40'
148
Beauregard
Black Walnut
No
No
No
10'6"
66'
74'
210
Beauregard
Tallowtree
No
No
No
12'4"
63'
71"
229
Bienville
Southern Red Oak
No
No
No
21' 8"
104'
84'
385
Bienville
Post Oak
No
No
No
14'4"
92'
102'
290
Bossier
Blackjack Oak
No
Yes
No
7'6"
55'
54'
158
Bossier
Chinkapin Oak
No
No
No
11'6
88'
80
246
Caddo
Basswood (Carolina)
No
No
No
10' 4"
107'
60'
246
Caddo
Osage Orange
No
No
No
18'10"
70'
82'
317
Caddo
Eastern Cottonwood
No
No
No
19'11
104'
119'
373
Caddo
Pecan
No
No
No
17'6
102'
127'
344
Caddo
American Sycamore
No
No
No
19' 5"
106'
95'
363
Caddo
Chittumwood
No
No
No
5' 9"
46'
57'
129
Caddo
Blackgum
No
Yes
No
13'10"
113'
63'
295
Caldwell
River Birch
No
No
No
10' 6"
65'
75'
210
Caldwell
Cucumbertree Magnolia
No
No
No
5' 11"
87'
29'
165
Catahoula
Cedar Elm
No
No
No
11' 4"
82'
85'
239
Claiborne
Willow Oak
No
No
No
23' 7"
99'
105'
408
Claiborne
Loblolly Pine
No
No
No
15'5"
162'
83'
368
Claiborne
Swamp Chestnut Oak
No
No
No
20' 8"
125'
103'
399
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Big Tree Directory

Check out the national Big Tree directory of the American Forests program. You can search the register and also see guidelines for measuring a tree. Nominations for national champion must first come through the Louisiana Champion Tree program.

Nominate Champion Tree

To nominate a champion tree, fill out the form as much as possible with estimated measurements if you are not a forester. Email the form back to jzeringue@laforestry.com. The directory comes out in March of each year.

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