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A tough winter on trees

Winter drying injury on evergreens in northern Minnesota By Megan O’Neil, Northwest Region forest health specialist When the snow finally started to melt after this year’s long winter, many northern Minnesota residents noticed their evergreens showed signs of winter drying

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Trees Damaged in a Storm

High winds and storms have been happening more this summer than ever in the past that I can remember.  We haven’t lost many at Voyageur but other places have. Here’s what to do and not do if you have damage

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Forests are Great

Call me a tree hugger if you like but I love trees, the more the better. Lots of trees that make up a forest provide places for wildlife to live and tree huggers to play. I always knew forests were

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