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CHATSWORTH, Ga. — It's a tiny bug, barely visible to the naked eye, but the hemlock wooly adelgid is causing big problems. The U.S. National Park Service reports it has killed around 80 percent of the hemlock trees in the Shenandoah National Park in Virginia and the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia and North Carolina

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An invasive species is threatening hemlock trees in the eastern part of the United States. A training session by Save Georgia's Hemlocks will …

“Advice from a squirrel: Look both ways when you cross the road. Plan ahead. Stay active. Eat plenty of fiber. Spend time in the woods. Go out…

“Freedom is a privilege, not a right. And as such, I have no right to ask anything of it, but I have the privilege of giving everything to it.…