Man Takes to Tree to Protest Suburban Sprawl A 42-year-old man living in a 400-year-old oak tree in a Los Angeles suburb focuses a community-wide debate over suburban development. Alex Cohen of member station KQED reports.

Man Takes to Tree to Protest Suburban Sprawl

Man Takes to Tree to Protest Suburban Sprawl

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A 42-year-old man living in a 400-year-old oak tree in a Los Angeles suburb focuses a community-wide debate over suburban development. Alex Cohen of member station KQED reports.

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