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Traffic moves past Mills End Park, the world’s smallest park, where a new Douglas fir tree was planted to replace the one stolen last week, Thursday, in Portland.

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Young tree left at tiny park where another was stolen

PORTLAND — Was it remorse — or a tiny tree fairy? Portland parks officials say a Douglas fir sapling resembling one stolen from a tiny Portland park has appeared at the 2-foot-diameter oasis. Last week’s theft captured the city’s attention. On Wednesday, park staffers planted a replacement sapling to fill the hole left in the center of the park.

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