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April 27, 2014 9:53 PM

Kentucky forestry officials urge private landowners to join fight to save hemlock trees

The Kentucky Division of Forestry is making a push to raise awareness among private landowners about the hemlock woolly adelgid in hopes they will join the fight to stop the tiny invasive insect that has killed thousands of eastern hemlock trees.

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