Jouett House dedicates tree walk | The Jack Jouett House Historic Site dedicated its Native Tree Walk Sept. 13. The event included a program on Kentucky Witness Trees and a walking tour presented by project mentor William Fountain of the University of Kentucky Horticulture Department, as well as a ribbon cutting and participatory dedication. The tree walk was made possible by grants from the Woodford County Heritage Committee and the Woodford County Conservation District. Shown here, from left, are Woodford County Heritage Committee member Maryann McCauley, Tree Walk Committee Chair Robert Kelley, Woodford County Conservation District representative Lillie Cox, Fountain, and Woodford County High School Academy Foundation Class students Grayson Fuller, Sophie Edelen, Lauren Smiley, Kristen Taylor, Amanda Cooper and Casey Taylor.
Jouett House dedicates tree walk | The Jack Jouett House Historic Site dedicated its Native Tree Walk Sept. 13. The event included a program on Kentucky Witness Trees and a walking tour presented by project mentor William Fountain of the University of Kentucky Horticulture Department, as well as a ribbon cutting and participatory dedication. The tree walk was made possible by grants from the Woodford County Heritage Committee and the Woodford County Conservation District. Shown here, from left, are Woodford County Heritage Committee member Maryann McCauley, Tree Walk Committee Chair Robert Kelley, Woodford County Conservation District representative Lillie Cox, Fountain, and Woodford County High School Academy Foundation Class students Grayson Fuller, Sophie Edelen, Lauren Smiley, Kristen Taylor, Amanda Cooper and Casey Taylor.
Jouett House dedicates tree walk | The Jack Jouett House Historic Site dedicated its Native Tree Walk Sept. 13. The event included a program on Kentucky Witness Trees and a walking tour presented by project mentor William Fountain of the University of Kentucky Horticulture Department, as well as a ribbon cutting and participatory dedication. The tree walk was made possible by grants from the Woodford County Heritage Committee and the Woodford County Conservation District. Shown here, from left, are Woodford County Heritage Committee member Maryann McCauley, Tree Walk Committee Chair Robert Kelley, Woodford County Conservation District representative Lillie Cox, Fountain, and Woodford County High School Academy Foundation Class students Grayson Fuller, Sophie Edelen, Lauren Smiley, Kristen Taylor, Amanda Cooper and Casey Taylor.

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