“…So what happened to the elm trees of Nova Scotia? They’re still hanging on; mostly young or immature trees along field edges and in river flood plains. The few that still survive today are either young enough to have luckily avoided the disease so far, or artificially preserved in an urban landscape like those in Annapolis Royal.”
Read more by Alain Belliveau in our September 2015 NaturallyNS column in the Chronicle Herald.
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