Woman locks herself to machine to protest cutting trees for luxury homes in Ann Arbor
ANN ARBOR, MI — Self-described forest defenders are taking action to oppose a developer’s plan to cut down hundreds of landmark trees and build a 57-home luxury subdivision.
A woman who would not give her name but identifies herself as Osprey locked herself to a large mulching machine on the Concord Pines development site at 660 Earhart Road in northeast Ann Arbor early Friday morning, March 25, to prevent tree-clearing work from continuing.
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