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Conservation calls branch out

Tuesday 12 May 2020 | Written by Katrina Lintonbon | Published in Environment

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Conservation calls branch out
The 130-year-old tamarind tree on Cooks Corner was saved after a public protest in 2012 and still stands today. 20051109.

There is new opposition to big, old trees being cut down or pruned so brutally that they die.

There is new opposition to big, old trees being cut down or pruned so brutally that they die.


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