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Invasive Vines Are Taking Over Trees

Trees in neighborhoods all over the mid-Atlantic U.S. — including Takoma Park, Maryland — are being choked by fast-growing, non-native vines.

As Jacob Fenston of WAMU reports, a new study says freeing trees from these invasive vines is an essential tool to fight climate change.

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