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Ann Arbor Forestry crew planting a tree

The Forestry Crew

Public service with a heart

I live on a street lined with old crabapple trees. Early last summer, a city forestry crew came through to remove a few dead and dying trees. The dead tree in front of our house held a nest of baby woodpeckers, so the arborists left them in peace. Months later, the crew returned to take out the tree, and a few months later still, to plant a young Purple Prince

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