Left: Ashley Turner recently visited Clemmons Educational State Forest with a group of students from the Resource Conservation Workshop. The students learned about forestry management and tree identification from Ranger Mike Huffman.
Left: Ashley Turner recently visited Clemmons Educational State Forest with a group of students from the Resource Conservation Workshop. The students learned about forestry management and tree identification from Ranger Mike Huffman. JOHNSTON SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Left: Ashley Turner recently visited Clemmons Educational State Forest with a group of students from the Resource Conservation Workshop. The students learned about forestry management and tree identification from Ranger Mike Huffman. JOHNSTON SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT

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