When Oliver Wood was a young boy, he had a dream to see his beloved, wild and unique wild wood that grows on his property.
When he woke up the next morning, he found that he was missing two trees.
Oliver’s son, David, took over the restoration project, and the tree is now part of the National Wildlife Refuge in the United States.
The Wildwood Project is part of an effort by Oliver Wood to conserve his father’s original wood, which is believed to have been used for the construction of the Grand Central Terminal.
The Wood family has been raising money to restore the wood for over 30 years, with the goal of eventually selling the property and returning it to Oliver.
In 2016, Oliver was featured in a PBS documentary called “Oliver Wood,” which chronicles his early life in rural Vermont and the importance of wild wood to the family.
“He used his father for a lot of things, he used his mother for a few things, and he even used his brother and sister for a couple of things,” David Wood said in an interview with the Daily News.
“Olivers was very much in charge of everything.”