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Lands' End partners to plant trees in Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest

2:19 PM, Jun. 14, 2013
Representatives from Lands? End visit the CNNF to see the tree planting.
Representatives from Lands? End visit the CNNF to see the tree planting.
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It was April 1933 when the first Civilian Conservation Corps camp in Wisconsin began on the newly established, Forest Service managed Chequamegon (now the Chequamegon-Nicolet) National Forest.

Camp Brinks, near Washburn began with 190 young men, mostly from Milwaukee coming to work building roads and planting trees on the barren landscape. They were part of the CCC program that was created by President Franklin Roosevelt during the Depression.

Now 80 years later Lands' End through the National Forest Foundation is helping to continue this restoration work by funding the planting of ...

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