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Posted by: L. Greenwood

Tomorrow is the quirky celebration of Pi day, known to geometry students world wide as "that day when our teacher finally thinks it is smart to bring a delicious pie to school." In case you don't get the reference, Pi day is because of the amazing never ending number 3.14(etc) that is critical to calculating the dimensions of all circles and spheres. And tomorrow is 3/14.


Why are we mentioning Pi day? Well, here at Don't Move Firewood, we are working hard to protect your pies for generations to come.

Like the traditional apple pie! Apple trees are under threat from many pests that move on firewood, including gypsy moth and of course the light brown apple moth.


So have a piece of pie, while thinking about firewood. And remember, if you like nuts in your pie, you should watch this video.




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