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If it is red cedar, it will take a really long time to break down, so don 't expect any nutrients from it. Western yellow cedar is a little faster, but it doesn't contribute many nutrients, either. Another thing to look for--pull the stuff away from the tree trunks for the wintertime, or it will make good nesting material for mice and voles--right next to their food supply, your trees' bark.

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