The Habitat and Food Plot Production class planted 30 trees on-campus with the hopes of bringing animals to the area.
“They are wildlife oriented trees,” said Luke Laha, instructor. “They aren’t planted to look pretty but planted to feed wildlife, deer in particular.”
Laha’s class decided to plant trees so they could see that food for wildlife doesn’t’ have to be planted crops but can come from other food sources.
The class planted apple, pear, chestnut, oak, persimmon and crabapple trees.