Timber sale at Pokagon to address ash borer problem

A northern Indiana park will conduct the first logging operation in its history to remove trees devastated by the emerald ash borer.

Pokagon State Park plans to remove dead and dying ash trees from picnic areas, campgrounds and other public places this winter to ensure they don’t damage buildings or pose a risk to the public.

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