Environmental camp conducted


Photos submitted The 19th annual Harlan County 4-H Environmental Camp was held under sunny skies and surrounded by the serene waters of the beautiful Martins Fork Lake Sept.7-9 featuring over 450 fourth-graders from James A. Cawood, Black Mountain, Cumberland, Evarts, Rosspoint, Green Hills, Wallins, Harlan and Cawood Elementary School. Workshops were presented by representatives include Terry Conners from the UK Forestry Department along with the Division of Air Quality, Forestry Service, Department of Agriculture, Division of Water Quality and Archie Ridings, local volunteer.


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The 19th annual Harlan County 4-H Environmental Camp was held under sunny skies and surrounded by the serene waters of the beautiful Martins Fork Lake Sept.7-9 featuring over 450 fourth-graders from James A. Cawood, Black Mountain, Cumberland, Evarts, Rosspoint, Green Hills, Wallins, Harlan and Cawood Elementary School. Workshops were presented by representatives include Terry Conners from the UK Forestry Department along with the Division of Air Quality, Forestry Service, Department of Agriculture, Division of Water Quality and Archie Ridings, local volunteer.

Photos submitted The 19th annual Harlan County 4-H Environmental Camp was held under sunny skies and surrounded by the serene waters of the beautiful Martins Fork Lake Sept.7-9 featuring over 450 fourth-graders from James A. Cawood, Black Mountain, Cumberland, Evarts, Rosspoint, Green Hills, Wallins, Harlan and Cawood Elementary School. Workshops were presented by representatives include Terry Conners from the UK Forestry Department along with the Division of Air Quality, Forestry Service, Department of Agriculture, Division of Water Quality and Archie Ridings, local volunteer.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Camp-front.jpgPhotos submitted The 19th annual Harlan County 4-H Environmental Camp was held under sunny skies and surrounded by the serene waters of the beautiful Martins Fork Lake Sept.7-9 featuring over 450 fourth-graders from James A. Cawood, Black Mountain, Cumberland, Evarts, Rosspoint, Green Hills, Wallins, Harlan and Cawood Elementary School. Workshops were presented by representatives include Terry Conners from the UK Forestry Department along with the Division of Air Quality, Forestry Service, Department of Agriculture, Division of Water Quality and Archie Ridings, local volunteer.

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