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Brothers Jordan, left, and Jarrett Dahl have been carving a niche in the art world with their chainsaw works. They spend the summers creating their works together in Keystone, S.D. The two grew up on a farm near Dawson, and return there to work, as well. Jordan also farms while Jarrett devotes himself full time to the art. He will be carving this winter in Palm Springs, Calif. (Submitted photo)

Carving a niche

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DAWSON -- To the hundreds of visitors who watch them every day, Jarrett and Jordan Dahl are surrounded by more noise than can be made by a frenzied crowd of Viking fans in the Metrodome.

The two brothers rev chainsaws at full throttle and spit out blizzards of wood chips all day long. It's all in the name of giving life to dead trees.

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Tom Cherveny
Tom Cherveny is a regional and outdoor reporter with the West Central Tribune in Willmar, MN.
(320) 214-4335
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