This elm tree along the right of way of Ky. 52 in Lee County was stripped of its bark. Stripping the bark will cause trees to die, requiring workers to cut them down before they become a hazard to passing motorists.
This elm tree along the right of way of Ky. 52 in Lee County was stripped of its bark. Stripping the bark will cause trees to die, requiring workers to cut them down before they become a hazard to passing motorists. Kentucky Department of Highways District 10
This elm tree along the right of way of Ky. 52 in Lee County was stripped of its bark. Stripping the bark will cause trees to die, requiring workers to cut them down before they become a hazard to passing motorists. Kentucky Department of Highways District 10

Man fined for stripping bark from elm trees in Daniel Boone forest

September 22, 2016 12:59 PM

UPDATED September 25, 2016 10:05 PM

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