Camp Cispus counselor Chelsey Parvinen leads a group of fifth-grade students through the Gifford Pinchot National Forest during a nature hike in the fall of 2008. Budget cuts to the U.S. Forest Service has raised concerns about the impact on recreation and tourism.
Camp Cispus counselor Chelsey Parvinen leads a group of fifth-grade students through the Gifford Pinchot National Forest during a nature hike in the fall of 2008. Budget cuts to the U.S. Forest Service has raised concerns about the impact on recreation and tourism. Tony Overman The Olympian
Camp Cispus counselor Chelsey Parvinen leads a group of fifth-grade students through the Gifford Pinchot National Forest during a nature hike in the fall of 2008. Budget cuts to the U.S. Forest Service has raised concerns about the impact on recreation and tourism. Tony Overman The Olympian

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