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In the midst of all this destruction there is a place we call The Children's Forest because it is held in trust for all of Oregon's young people, and young people everywhere.

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Here some of the gentle giants still live, magnificent ponderosa pines

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and white firs,

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and sugar pines that were young when George Washington was our first president.

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  But the Oregon Department of Forestry, whose job it is to care for all the forests of our state, dom10.jpg (11826 bytes)
  wants to cut down many of the gentle giants of the Children's Forest, dom9.jpg (11521 bytes)  

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