Little Compensation For Trees

Federal inspectors are budgeting $127,000 a year in compensation for landowners affected by invasive beetles blamed for billions in tree damage. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency could not explain the modest funding to replace trees killed by the Asian long-horned beetle and other imported pests: “Compensation must be paid”.

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