Cleveland elm waterfall bench/table
This waterfall table/bench is made from a elm that grew on the city streets of Cleveland, Ohio. In 1930, contained in a shipment of veneer logs from France, Dutch elm disease was introduced into the US at a Cleveland port. Within two years cities on the eastern seaboard were losing trees to the deadly fungus. New Haven, “The Elm City,” was one of the hardest hit over the following decades, losing over 90% of its towering elms.