Versailles Trees

French tree surgeons are still at work cleaning up the wreckage left by two ferocious windstorms that tore through the country a month ago. At the palace of Versailles, the holes in the roof have been covered and windows replaced, but gardeners are struggling to cut up the ten thousand trees the storm mowed down. NPR's Sarah Chayes reports. (5:00) (STATIONS NOTE: Sarah mentions an "adopt-a -tree" program at Versailles. Listeners can find out more on the Web site, www.chateauversaill

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