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Texas drought takes massive toll on tree population

A new study by the Texas A&M Forest reveals millions of trees killed by Texas drought. Read the full story here: http://stateimpact.npr.org/texas/2012/09/25/the-final-numbers-are-in-over-300-million-trees-killed-by-the-texas-drought/

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Scenic Texas speaks against cell tower construction on historic road

Scenic Texas lent support to citizens of Washington County during a recent protest against the building of a giant cell phone tower on scenic and historic FM390E, La Bahia Road. To read more about this successful campaign, Click Here.

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Scenic Texas Announces the 2013 Class of Scenic Cities

Scenic Texas is proud to recognize the following cities earning Scenic City Certification this year:  Houston Kennedale McKinney Rockwall Seabrook West University Place North Richland Hills (upgraded its standing earned in 2011) For more details about this year’s winners, read the full article: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/9/prweb11095296.htm To learn more about the program and find out how your city […]

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