Improving the world one tree at a time — times 400

Four hundred tree seedlings, 160 work-hours, 120 eager young women and several seasoned foresters. That's what it took to pull off a tree regeneration project at a Young Women camp on June 21.

Camp MIA Shalom is nestled in a forest at the 9,000-foot level in central Utah. The camp, which began in 1969, serves 37 stakes of young women from Provo and Orem, Utah, each summer.

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