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Each year, an estimated USD $225 million in damages occurs from ice storms in the United States. The potential exists for billions of dollars in losses from extreme and widespread ice storms. With careful planning, deliberate species selection and sustained maintenance, you can “design” your urban forest to minimize damage from ice storms.


Richard Hauer, Les Werner, and Jeff Dawson

ISA Arborist News, February 2014

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