Dead trees provide training for Camp Ripley staff and partners
CAMP RIPLEY — A project to remove unhealthy and dying pine trees in Camp Ripley’s Cantonment area was started Friday by the Camp Ripley Environmental office.
“There are a lot more trees showing signs of the Pine Bark Beetle than I noticed at first glance,” said Jay Brezinka, Camp Ripley environmental team director.
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