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If a tree falls in the city, does it affect home value?

In this story from the Dallas Morning News, Davey Manager of Ecosystem Services Scott Maco (pictured below) is quoted about the benefits of trees.

By THOMAS KOROSEC
Special Contributor
garden@dallasnews.com
Published: 13 November 2013 10:23 PM

 Maco Map

Mike Brown likens the majestic chinkapin oak standing outside his McKinney house to a natural wonder. “It’s like having a mountain in my yard. It’s a monster,” he says. “The branches way up are at least 12 inches thick.”

But would someone pay him more for his house because of that tree, as special as it is? Brown thinks not, although a number of authoritative sources disagree.

Read the rest of the story here.

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