Homes, business and even shorelines were no match for Superstorm Sandy, and neither were the towering forests of the Garden State. Many huge trees with shallow roots were taken down or damaged by Sandy's powerful winds. Rare Atlantic White Cedars at Double Trouble State Park in Lacey toppled over like dominoes and snapped like twigs. The DEP says New Jersey once had 115,000 acres of the tree and...

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