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    Video: The N.C. Forest Service's Claridge Nursery in Goldsboro was heavily damaged by flood waters from Hurricane Matthew. The nursery, which provides seedlings for reforestation efforts, lost most of its crop and over a dozen workers could have lost their jobs without the aid.

Video: The N.C. Forest Service's Claridge Nursery in Goldsboro was heavily damaged by flood waters from Hurricane Matthew. The nursery, which provides seedlings for reforestation efforts, lost most of its crop and over a dozen workers could have lost their jobs without the aid. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Video: The N.C. Forest Service's Claridge Nursery in Goldsboro was heavily damaged by flood waters from Hurricane Matthew. The nursery, which provides seedlings for reforestation efforts, lost most of its crop and over a dozen workers could have lost their jobs without the aid. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Hurricane Matthew drowned a state-run tree nursery, but ‘godsend’ funding will save it

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