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Community members, city work to protect canopy

Eyes are on forest management policy, plans

Michael Feerer, executive director of the Whatcom Million Trees Project, clips ivy vines with a metal cutter.
Michael Feerer, executive director of the Whatcom Million Trees Project, clips ivy vines at Whatcom Falls Park in 2022. A session called "How to Remove English Ivy to Save Your Trees" is being offered on Sept. 27 as part of Climate Action Week's events. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Olivia Hobson News Intern
A ferocious battle is playing out along the streets and trails of Bellingham neighborhoods and parks

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