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P&G employees begin massacre site reclamation

Almost 100 members of an association of Native American employees of Procter & Gamble waged war on Russian olive tress at the Bear River Massacre Site on Sept. 26. Their work was one of the group’s service projects conducted annually somewhere around the country near one of Procter & Gamble’s plants — in this case, the company’s Box Elder County facility near Bear River City.

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10/8/2019

article P&G employees begin massacre site reclamation
(Utah) -- Almost 100 members of an association of Native American employees of Procter & Gamble waged war on Russian olive tress at the Bear River Massacre Site on...

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