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Planting ahead

May 11, 2014
Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Andy Sidelinger, of the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, plants an apple tree in Elk State Forest near Emporium. The forest district again has planted trees and shrubs this spring. They planted Eastern white pine and red pine for wildlife cover and speckled alder and smooth alder for wildlife cover and food. Black locust, quaking aspen, mixed oak and scrub oak were planted for a future food source for a variety of wildlife. In addition, earlier this spring, an assorted variety of 40 apple trees were planted to serve as a future food source for wildlife.


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