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It's an -- a day tradition.
The passing of young trees and the young hands.
And the reading of essays about treats the course -- mountains area -- they seek to -- -- these lessons of life now include dealing with scars from the September fires that have yet to fade away.
April rose with an organization called tree folks is determined to change the landscape.
Once sampling at a time.
It's important for the community to come together plant trees together and and -- as -- community but also at the start healing environments.
Friday they filled buckets with dog would speak Korean -- hit a tree view that he'll -- -- to -- And doing it brings people together.
They see it growing -- it's it's how it's -- several landowners who lost trees to the fire also showed up and picked up a few of these samplings.
It was an opportunity to plant.
Some new -- Share integrity grabbed a handful to replace the nearly 100 she lost their connect right maybe -- in my lifetime that they will come back so.
And that's fine John -- Taylor also left would new trees and an understanding that the journey to recovery.
Will be a long one another 15200.
It takes a long time opera fanatic but -- her so.
It'll its a start a start that begins with hope.
And a freshly dug hole.
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