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Rajala Woods Forest Initiative

Catherine Fredrickson (left), holds a pine seedling while her siblings Miriam, Ruth and George Fredrickson watch Dennis Kahlhamer, city of Little Falls employee, dig a planting hole Friday in Mill Park in Little Falls. The seedling was planted as...

Catherine Fredrickson (left), holds a pine seedling while her siblings Miriam, Ruth and George Fredrickson watch Dennis Kahlhamer, city of Little Falls employee, dig a planting hole Friday in Mill Park in Little Falls. The seedling was planted as part of the Minnesota Power Rajala Woods Forest Legacy Initiative. Steve Kohls/ Brainerd Dispatch Video and Gallery
Catherine Fredrickson (left), holds a pine seedling while her siblings Miriam, Ruth and George Fredrickson watch Dennis Kahlhamer, city of Little Falls employee, dig a planting hole Friday in Mill Park in Little Falls. The seedling was planted as part of the Minnesota Power Rajala Woods Forest Legacy Initiative. Steve Kohls/ Brainerd Dispatch Video and Gallery

Catherine Fredrickson (left), holds a pine seedling while her siblings Miriam, Ruth and George Fredrickson watch Dennis Kahlhamer, city of Little Falls employee, dig a planting hole Friday in Mill Park in Little Falls. The seedling was planted as part of the Minnesota Power Rajala Woods Forest Legacy Initiative. With the help from local Boy Scouts and Little Falls city officials, Minnesota Power planted 750 white and red pine seedlings at the park and various sites around the city. Steve Kohls/ Brainerd Dispatch Video and Gallery

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