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Thu, Jul 27, 2006

Vox WildeBeat for July 27, 2006

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Lowell Moulton of San Mateo, California called looking for volunteers to assist with a project to inventory Sequoia trees, giant and smaller, in the Sequoia National Forest south of Sequoia National Park. This project is being organized by The Sequoia Forest Keepers. The inventory project outing is August 19 - 21, 2006.

To find out more about this project, call Lowell Moulton at (650) 571-9418, or send e-mail to him lowell.moulton(AT)


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