Craig Morell, director of the Kampong in Coconut Grove, stands beside the giant baobab tree downed during Hurricane Irma. It will be raised by a 75-ton crane.
Craig Morell, director of the Kampong in Coconut Grove, stands beside the giant baobab tree downed during Hurricane Irma. It will be raised by a 75-ton crane. Linda Robertson
Craig Morell, director of the Kampong in Coconut Grove, stands beside the giant baobab tree downed during Hurricane Irma. It will be raised by a 75-ton crane. Linda Robertson

Like its giant baobab tree, the Kampong will rise again

October 02, 2017 07:00 AM

UPDATED October 02, 2017 06:34 AM

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