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About the Report
This piece is produced annually and mailed to elected officials and Summit County residents.*
*We only send publications to Summit County residents because the park district is funded by a local real-estate tax.
The buckeye tree is sometimes called the stinking buckeye due to the unpleasant odor of its flowers and broken twigs.
Slippery elm trees are named for their inner bark, which is moist and slippery. American Indians used the bark to reduce swelling and take the venom out of a bite or sting. It is still used today to make throat lozenges.
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