Caption: Devon Orenstein, 8, pushes seeds into wet paper pulp Friday, Aug. 10, 2012 during an event where employees of a local company attempted to make the worlds largest piece of recycled paper. After it's dry, the paper will be cut up into pieces, each bearing some of the seeds planted by visitors, including children from the YMCA day camp program, outside the McKinstry building near Gonzaga University.
Photo by Jesse Tinsley
Published on August 10, 2012

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