Wednesday, June 16, 2010

more tree-stumps and size comparisons -- cutting-girth controversy

A different kind of human energy is required to cut-and-remove live trees from their ecological niches than is used to cut out a dead tree.  Controversy continues, therefore, about the removal and uses of yet-living trees, and the minimum size-of-girth permitted.  These tree-stumps are found in a local Bradford PA city parkland.

Are live-tree cutters more prone to loss-of-limb(s) during war maneuvers?

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