On the second day the big thing was the giant Rocky Mountain Juniper, Juniperus scopulorum. It is clearly over 2000 years old. (Before now some smart folks again mention that this just cannot be, believe me, we know what we are talking about here. It is NOT so extraordinary for a juniper to be that old)
Anyway, the object was to learn hands on how to bring a tree to a further stage after the first five years after collecting.
Some students in between continued to practice on smaller junipers.