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Beeton, Ont. removing large populations of dead or dying ash trees

Ash trees account for about 10 per cent of town's tree cover

January 29, 2021  By Toronto Star

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The destructive emerald ash borer has left its mark on the Town of Beeton, Ont. Work is underway to cut down ash trees in a wooded section of the town in which about 90 per cent of the tree species are either dead or dying. Ash trees represent about 10 per cent of the entire tree population in the Beeton-Alliston-Tottenham communities.


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