MILTON, N.H. (AP) - The New Hampshire Farm Museum is getting some help to restore a row of 100-year-old-plus deteriorating white pine and sugar maple trees.
The museum in Milton consists of two adjoining farmsteads situated on 50 acres. Both the Jones Farm and Plummer Homestead are on the National Register of Historic Places.
The museum will get a visit from Urban Tree Service, a lawn care company in Rochester that held an "Extreme Tree Makeover Contest."
Ed Hopkins, president of Urban Tree Service, said the value of the trees as part of an historic 18th century farm is significant, and their preservation is important.
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