On the hunt for holiday greenery | PostIndependent.com

On the hunt for holiday greenery

White River National Forest timber and fuels program manager Doug Leyva carries out a Christmas tree from an aspen tree stand up Four Mile Road for the administrative office in Glenwood Springs. See page A1 for how to best choose your tree this holiday season.
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