By Ed Moreth 

County volunteers help keep history alive


Ed Moreth

HISTORIC RENOVATION – Plains resident Kim Earhart cuts a piece of flooring for the Savenac bunkhouse while Kinzie Cox (left) and Faith Palmer, both of Thompson Falls, stain baseboard for the hallway.

A group of Sanders County men and women volunteered their time last week to help preserve a part of Montana history for future generations.

More than 50 men and women from around the country gathered at the Savenac Historic Tree Nursery as part of the Passport in Time (PIT) program of the U.S. Fores...

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