Two sprouting chestnuts held by Chris Barton, a University of Kentucky professor and president of Green Forests Work, in March 2014. He was at a surface coal mine site in Pikeville, where agriculture students helped plant 1,500 trees. Twelve native hardwood species were planted by the volunteers in a 30-acre tract.
Two sprouting chestnuts held by Chris Barton, a University of Kentucky professor and president of Green Forests Work, in March 2014. He was at a surface coal mine site in Pikeville, where agriculture students helped plant 1,500 trees. Twelve native hardwood species were planted by the volunteers in a 30-acre tract. Herald-Leader
Two sprouting chestnuts held by Chris Barton, a University of Kentucky professor and president of Green Forests Work, in March 2014. He was at a surface coal mine site in Pikeville, where agriculture students helped plant 1,500 trees. Twelve native hardwood species were planted by the volunteers in a 30-acre tract. Herald-Leader

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