A Modesto  community forestry worker trims trees in downtown Modesto earlier this month. The material produced by the city’s forestry program helps the city meet a diversion mandate set by the state.
A Modesto community forestry worker trims trees in downtown Modesto earlier this month. The material produced by the city’s forestry program helps the city meet a diversion mandate set by the state. aalfaro@modbee.com
A Modesto community forestry worker trims trees in downtown Modesto earlier this month. The material produced by the city’s forestry program helps the city meet a diversion mandate set by the state. aalfaro@modbee.com

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