Greensboro organization continues park additions 12 years after wind storm

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GREENSBORO, N.C. -- A Greensboro organization that helped replace a park forest that was almost completely wiped out by a storm 12 years ago is continuing to add on.

Greensboro Beautiful has replaced hundreds of trees in David Caldwell Historical Park. The tall pines that used to be there were tossed aside by strong winds during a storm in 2000.

Apple trees are already on the site, and blueberry bushes and pecan trees will join them on the site.

Officials want to give parkgoers a sense of what was planted on the site nearly 300 years ago.

In the video above, we toured the park on this beautiful Tuesday.

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