Arborists say Lexington needs to increase its tree canopy — part of which is seen in this photo looking toward downtown — from 24.5 percent to a recommended 40 percent.
Arborists say Lexington needs to increase its tree canopy — part of which is seen in this photo looking toward downtown — from 24.5 percent to a recommended 40 percent. Herald-Leader
Arborists say Lexington needs to increase its tree canopy — part of which is seen in this photo looking toward downtown — from 24.5 percent to a recommended 40 percent. Herald-Leader

Report: Lexington's trees cover 25 percent of the city's core

February 23, 2014 06:03 PM

UPDATED November 12, 2015 03:50 PM

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