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President George Bush, right, with Ralph Waycott, volunteer coordinator for the Rancho Sierra Vista Nursery, during Presidential visit to the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, Thousand Oaks, California. Visit highlighted the federal budget commitment to National Park system maintenance

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