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Posted: Thursday, January 26, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 10:08 am, Thu Jan 26, 2012.

EASTON If you live in Easton and had a real tree this Christmas, it could become habitat for wildlife on Poplar Island.

For the past decade, town crews have taken discarded trees down to Tilghman Island, which then go on to Poplar Island. This year about half of the trees picked up about 300 wound up on the island, which is about a 20-minute boat ride from Tilghman.

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