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Ballater Historic Forestry Project, The Ballater Historic Forestry Project Association was set up in 2005 to bring to public attention the remarkable story of the Newfoundland lumberjacks who came to Ballater in 1940 and built a logging camp at Dalmochie in Pannanich Wood (known as the Glenmuick Camp).

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