Another 100 acres of infested NH trees to be cut
Starting last winter and finishing up this month, the New Hampshire Division of Forest and Lands has been harvesting about 120 acres at Bear Brook State Park in Allenstown. State officials say a second harvest is scheduled for this coming winter to remove recently infested trees on an additional 100 acres of the park.
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