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Students Tag Ash Trees In Waddington

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Published on Apr 21, 2014

To spread awareness of the invasive emerald ash borer beetle that's destroyed over 100 million ash trees across the U.S. and Canada, students from Madrid-Waddington Central and the Ranger School tagged ash trees in the village of Waddington.

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