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When Not to Feel Guilty About Cutting Down a Tree

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:09 AM
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by Michelle Chin (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified Aug 15, 2011

Trees bring so many benefits to our lives: they clean the air, provide homes for wildlife, cast shade, help your home be more energy efficient, and they can provide food and offer a glimpse of histo




 

 

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Trees bring so many benefits to our lives: they clean the air, provide homes for wildlife, cast shade, help your home be more energy efficient, and they can provide food and offer a glimpse of history, depending on how old they are. So when is it okay to chop one down? I never thought I'd be in a spot where this would have to be a decision. When my dad chopped down an (allegedly) diseased tree from the front of our home back in high school, I felt personally wounded. But now I get it.



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