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Planting the first tree in the BSA’s Centennial Forest



What started as a single tree planted in front of the BSA national office in Irving, Texas, has now finished with 100,000 trees planted in an area of Montana that’s now known as the Boy Scouts of America Centennial Forest.

Watch video of the first tree being planted in front of the BSA’s national office and then find more information in the November 2011 issue of Boys’ Life magazine.

Comments about “Planting the first tree in the BSA’s Centennial Forest”

  1. Silvertongue says:

    Me and my brother are in this video! Pretty cool!!

  2. FROsty says:

    pretty cool!

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