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In Vermont, During Fall, Money Grows On Trees

Sep 24, 2013 (Morning Edition) — Fall foliage, it's not just a bunch of pretty colored leaves. In some Northeastern states, it's key to the tourist trade between summer and winter. But the timing has to be just right to take advantage of the long Columbus Day weekend.

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