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Missouri offers buyback program for invasive trees

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The Missouri Department of Conservation is offering a buyback program for invasive pear trees.

Department officials say Callery pear trees cause ecological problems that native varieties do not.

In exchange for cutting down a Callery, the department will provide a free native replacement.

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