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How Are Trees in Fall River, Massachusetts After Drought

In this story with The Herald News, Andrew Hillman of the Davey Resource Group talks about how the trees in Fall River, Massachusetts are recovering from last year's drought.

Posted: April 12, 2017

FALL RIVER — The report cards are coming out on how we cared for our trees last summer.

Within the next few weeks, it will become clear which trees will survive last summer’s drought.

So far, the wet spring has helped. But not the way you think.

“We don’t know what will happen this year,” said Andrew Hillman, the city arborist who is with the Davey Resource Group.

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