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Tree sale held at Extension

The St. Lawrence County Soil and Conservation District held their annual seed and tree sale at the Canton Cooperative Extension April 16. Foresters Aaron Barrigar and Jevonnah Foster load red oak, white spruce and dogwood trees into a car. Barrigar said, “We had a lot of people who bought trees. Unfortunately, we had to turn many people away, because nurseries were sold out this year.” NCNow photo

 

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