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Sierra Pacific Foundation helps make Zivnuska building a reality

May 26, 2009

The Sierra Pacific Foundation has generously donated $10,000 toward the completion of John A. Zivnuska Computer Laboratory at CNR's forestry camp in the Plumas National Forest. The 1,400 square foot cedar structure, built with open-beam log house construction, provides students in the field with access to computers, geographic information systems, and other technologies.

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