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It happens every year about this time. Nature throws a switch and Kentucky’s hills and plains light up with the neon colors of autumn. And that spectrum of colors painting the hillsides is part of a very green cycle – or more accurately, recycle.
“Trees do more than give us a spectacular color show,” said Doug McLaren, University of Kentucky forestry specialist. “They also make an important contribution to an ongoing ecological system.”
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