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He's a lumberjack...

...and Berlin man's OK with mixing environmentalism, felling trees

After notching one tree, lumberjack Walter Bickford checks its likely path to the ground.
After notching one tree, lumberjack Walter Bickford checks its likely path to the ground. (Globe Photo / Ellen Harasimowicz) Globe Photo / Ellen Harasimowicz
By Jennifer Rosinski
Globe Correspondent / August 10, 2006

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Snap, crackle, whoosh, plop. It's not an avalanche, but a 100-foot red maple plummeting to the ground in a Bolton backyard. (Full article: 1104 words)

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