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This old red cedar tree is located in the DeVoto Memorial Cedar Grove on highway 12 in Idaho. The grove is full of ancient western red cedar trees, remnants of a time when the climate was wetter. These trees can up to 3,000 years old. The tree is surrounded by ferns and white flowers. The grove is located next to the beautiful Lochsa River.
The DeVoto Memorial Cedar Grove was named for Bernard DeVoto, a conservationist and historian who was especially noted for his work on the Lewis and Clark journals. His ashes were scattered over the area by airplane in 1955.