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Dearest children and grandchildren,

I will continue to plant trees and bushes and not use chemicals as pesticides or fertilizers; recycle and repair; use water judiciously and reverently; and support improvements in use of our resources as new information is available.  This is done with love and hope.   Grandma Lang

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