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Staff photo by Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith Georgia Forestry Ranger 1 Jody Price (left), Ranger 1 and Chief Ranger Mike Sapp of the Forrestry Commission office on Access Raod unload an assortment of seedlings which will be used as part of Arbor Day festivities. They had an order of 4,110 seedlings for this week only which included red cedar, Virginia pine, persimmon, cheery bark,dogwood, red maple, crepe myrtle, wild plum, loblolly and others.

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Arbor Day offers best time to plant trees

Today is Arbor Day in Georgia and residents are encouraged to plant trees now to give them the best chance to establish themselves in time for warmer weather.


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