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By Colleen Kesterson
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"Bud's Place" Has Good Showing

 

Colleen Kesterson, Pathfinder

The late Swan Valley resident Robert "Bud" Moore's son Bill Moore introduced the film "Bud's Place" Friday, May 5 at the Swan Valley Community Hall. Nearly 80 people attended the event. Bud Moore was a renowned forester, conservationist, teacher and the author of "The Lochsa Story: Land Ethics in the Bitterroot Mountains."

SWAN VALLEY - Nearly 80 people attended the showing of the movie "Bud's Place" May 5 at the Swan Valley Community Hall. The 60-minute film, sponsored by Alpine Artisans, Swan Valley Connections and the Upper Swan Valley Historical Society, told the story of the late Swan Valley resident William "Bud" Moore, a renowned forester, conservationist, teacher and the author of "The Lochsa Story: Land Ethics in the Bitterroot Mountains."

Moore's son Bill introduced the film and spoke about his father whom he called Pop. He said Moore got the name "Pop" from much younger soldiers when he joined the...



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