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Sick Tree Day set in Windsor

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The town of Windsor's Tree Board, in conjunction with the Forestry Division of the Parks, Recreation and Culture Department, will host Sick Tree Day from 5 to 8 p.m. June 27 according to a news release from the town.

On Sick Tree Day, according to the release, groups of horticulture experts will examine sick or dying trees around Windsor and offer advice and suggestions for tree health. Experts will offer their knowledge on all aspects of forestry and horticulture, including diseases and pests that are common in the area.

"As part of the Tree Board's goal to promote trees and tree health in our town, we visit 50 homes on Sick Tree Day," Tree Board member Bill Monroe said in the release. "At each visit, we'll complete a form listing a diagnosis and recommendations, which we will leave with the homeowner."

To schedule a free appointment, call the Community Recreation Center at (970) 674-3500. Space is limited.

The Tree Board will give a summary report of Sick Tree Day at 6:30 p.m. July 18 at the Clearview Library. 

Questions about trees or landscaping can be directed to Windsor Town Forester Ken Kawamura at (970) 674-2440.