Gayla Marty in Minnesota Women's Press

By Heidi Clausen
Minnesota Women's Press

Marty_Memory coverMost people don't take much notice of the trees around them every day, but Gayla Marty thinks they should.

While she hasn't lived there in many years, Marty easily recalls trees on her family's east-central Minnesota dairy farm, which was settled in 1881 by her Swiss immigrant great-grandparents.

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