Dead trees to be cut at Acadia this winter and spring

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BAR HARBOR, Maine (AP) - National park officials say hazardous trees will be cut down at Acadia National Park over the next three months. The National Park Service says many of the trees slated to be removed are dead red pines that succumbed to red pine scale, an invasive insect ... …

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