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Progress on Zivnuska Hall construction

October 9, 2006

The John A. Zivnuska Computer Laboratory, is nearing completion at CNR's forestry camp in the Plumas National Forest. The 1,400 square foot cedar structure, built with open-beam log house construction, is expected to be completed in time for summer camp 2007. Alumni and friends are now contributing to the fund to equip the building with computers, geographic information systems, and other technologies.

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