Morton, Illinois: Stainless Steel Tree

Unlike a real tree, you don't want to climb this one on a hot summer day.

Address:
107 E. Jefferson St., Morton, IL
Directions:
Downtown. On the northeast corner of E. Jefferson St. and N. First Ave.
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Steel Tree.

Stainless Steel Tree

It's a stainless steel tree sculpture.

[Nat Kipl, 08/14/2022]

The tree, by artist Morgan Elser, unveiled in 2014, pays tribute to "ideas that were planted, watered, and given time to grow." Contributors to the tree got their names etched into its leaves. Thank you, Laura & Tyler Petersen, Henry & Bernice Rapp, and others.


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