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Ecological Restoration Institute/NAU
Forest Service Southwest Region Plant Pathologist Mary Lou Fairweather surveys a stand of aspen that is fenced and protected from browsing animals. This grove near Williams shows a diversity of plants and young aspen suckers growing under the older trees.

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