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When an event happens, when you learn something, or when you meet someone, your brain determines whether that information needs to be saved. If your brain judges the information important, it places it in your memory "files."

In 2017, Science Care is working with the National Forest Foundation’s Trees for US program to support replanting in the Lassen National Forest in northern California. The Lassen National Forest is one of 155 national forests across the United States and one of 18 national forests in California. Covering million acres, it lies at the crossroads of the Modoc Plateau, the Great Basin, the Cascade Range, and the Sierra Nevada Mountains in northeast California. Click here for more information about the Lassen National Forest.


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