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New York Landmark Suffers From Sandy

  • Aired: 12/06/2012
  • 05:07
  • Rating: NR
The trees of the New York Botanical Garden are a treasure of New York. Despite the damage left by Hurricane Sandy, 557 trees destroyed or damaged, the vast majority of the garden’s 30,000 trees are still standing, a number of which are documented in a new book of photos and essays “Magnificent Trees”. MetroFocus host Rafael Pi Roman talks with author Todd Forrest and photographer Larry Lederman.
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