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April 23, 2013

Cutting up

Maryland Conservation Corps workers, from left, Andria Neff, Jeremy Pearson and Ashlee Crawford remove a hazardous tree Tuesday from the Rocky Gap State Park campground. The project began Friday with crews removing about 100 trees. The Conservation Corps, an extension of AmeriCorps, engages young adults in natural resource management and park conservation projects.

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