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Trees on streets pretty and practical, group says

By Eric E. Harrison

This article was published October 23, 2016 at 2:12 a.m.

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John Baker, co-founder and board president of Tree Streets, stands among the trunks of the trees his group planted in the 2000 block of Spring Street after a 1999 tornado tore through downtown Little Rock.

Tree Streets’ John Baker prepares to prune one of the trees that his organization planted in 1999 in the 2000 block of Spring Street to replace those ...

John Baker doesn't exactly hug trees, but he does plant them.

Tree Streets’ John Baker prepares to prune one of the trees that his organization planted in 1999 in the 2000 block of Spring Street to replace those ...

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