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By Halloween, New Englanders are swimming in dry and brittle leaves. They collect and make patchwork rugs on driveways and cover the street’s shoulders. While kids walking along the sidewalks revel in kicking and crunching the crispy tree remnants, homeowners and landscapers lament the acres and acres of leaves that trees shed before winter hibernation. 

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