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THE TREES FOR THE FOREST

I never thought much about trees. Sure, I’d notice the big stuff—leaves dramatically changing color in the fall, the time Hurricane Gloria toppled a huge specimen that knocked out our power for days. But for most of my life, trees were ubiquitous, ignorable.

Then I

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