Residents In Iowa Are Working To Replace Trees Downed By Derecho
A year ago, a powerful derecho in Iowa downed tens of thousands of trees in a matter of minutes.
Residents are trying to reforest their communities in a more resilient and equitable way.
Kate Payne of Iowa Public Radio reports.
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