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WESTON

For forest project, professor looks to his backyard

Brian Donahue is helping Weston refine its land management practices. Brian Donahue is helping Weston refine its land management practices. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)
By Andrew Clark
Globe Correspondent / August 22, 2010

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For Brandeis University professor Brian Donahue, there was no question that Weston and its sprawling forests were the perfect fit for his suburban ecology project. (Full article: 683 words)

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