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(KSL News) The largest Boy Scout national service project since World War II will benefit Utah.
The Boy Scouts announced the summer forest conservation project today. About 5,000 Scouts from the Irving, Texas, area will take part in the five-week effort. They'll do things like ecosystem restoration and trail construction at national forest sites in Utah, California, Missouri, Virginia and Wyoming.