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Her answer was a patch of pay dirt around 290 miles north, past endless forests of spruce and golden-leafed aspen, at the end of a gravel road known as the Silver Trail.
ASPEN is the platform DCPS utilizes to hold student records such as attendance, grades, transcripts, class schedules, etc.
The most recent study, published in the journal Global Change Biology, looked at 40 different eastern U.S. forest species and found balsam fir, quaking aspen and red spruce among the most vulnerable species to warming temperatures.
This includes classics like quaking aspen, yarrow, big sagebrush, columbine and milkweed.
The amount of enclosure is increasing, courtesy of trembling aspens, thin oaks and smoke trees that pop up from the planter boxes on the trail's expansive Humboldt Boulevard overlook.
ASPEN, Colo. — Not to get all mushy, but that’s exactly how Andre Myhrer of Sweden prefers his snow.
The tree, nicknamed Pando, is a quaking aspen that has cloned itself so many times it's created an entire forest.
ASPEN — A dog named Snoopy received 66 stitches during a three-hour surgery Monday after the 50-pound cattle dog was kicked by a skier after the dog snapped loose from his leash.
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