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Group hopes to work to save ancient cedar grove

Posted: Thursday, November 22, 2012 12:00 am

MOSCOW - A spokeswoman for the Palouse Land Trust confirmed that she hopes to work with members of a preservation committee and is soliciting help from interested citizens in an effort to save an ancient cedar grove on Moscow Mountain.

"The more brains we get together on this, the better," said Amy Trujillo, executive director of the trust. She said she has talked with former Latah County Commissioner Paul Kimmell, who heads up a cedar grove advisory committee formed six years ago.

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