A new urban forest is growing in Sherman Park. Here’s why that’s big for the neighborhood

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An urban forest is taking shape in Milwaukee’s Sherman Park neighborhood.Residents and students from Milwaukee Math and Science Academy on Friday dug holes, hauled mulch and watered 10 newly planted tree saplings on a long vacant city-owned lot on the northwest corner of 45th and Center streets.  The hope is the budding new forest can bring new life to Sherman Park.Jennifer Potts…

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