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California Has Lost 18 Million Trees Since The Fall Of 2017

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California Has Lost 18 Million Trees Since The Fall Of 2017

California Has Lost 18 Million Trees Since The Fall Of 2017

But a state forestry official says that figure is actually &quot;encouraging.&quot;

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