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Big Trees May Make Communities Safer: Study

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According to a report from Science Daily, the study conducted by researchers from the U.S. Forest Service revealed that some urban trees may actually reduce incidences of property crimes and acts of violence. The findings are the result of an unprecedented look into the relationship between trees and crime -- using neighborhoods in the city of Portland, Oregon as a case sample.

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