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January 19, 2016 4:01 PM

Farm forestry marks 75th year in Evergreen State

The first certified tree farm in North America was established on the Clemons Tree Farm near Montesano

Sustainable forestry lineage goes back to the Weyerhaeuser family; today there are 35 family owned tree farms in Washington

Benefits of tree growing includes capture of carbon dioxide and sequestering that greenhouse gas

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