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Destructive beetle discovered in NB

The discovery of the Brown Spruce Longhorn Beetle at Kouchibouguac National Park may spell big trouble for the tree population there. Vanessa Blanch speaks with Michael Rosen, a forester and president of Tree Canada.


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Thousands of trees in Halifax's Point Pleasant Park were cut more than a decade ago in an effort to halt an outbreak of Brown Spruce Longhorn Beetle . CBC

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