On Monday, October 15, 2018; the Central Columbia Agricultural/Environmental Science Program welcomed the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture's Woodmobile to our school. Matt Boyd, Hardwoods Development Council presented information of the history of Pennsylvania forests, forest management techniques, valuable tree species and their products, invasive species such as Spotted Lanternfly and Gypsy Moth and the economic importance of the forest industry. Students from grades 8 through 12 participated in the exhibit.
A small section of students from the Ag Science IV class had the opportunity to tour and visit with Matt Boyd, Woodmobile Coordinator about the importance of the wood industry. Jacob Berkey, Gage Lupini, Matt Boyd, Haley Morris, Jacob Busch and Levi Kulp
First Row: Hope Maxein, Veronica Birster, Ryan Sarnoski, Jacob Reifer, Lindsey Kingston, Reilley Oman
Second Row: Matt Boyd, Josh Cohen, John Fought, Hunter Valles, Julia Priestman and Isaiah Sincavage.
These students learned about the invasive species affecting the hardwood species of Pennsylvania.
Nate Snyder, Lexi Lehman, Ellie Hosler, Aiden Masteller, Leah Rafel, and Olivia Hubler answer questions presented by Matt Boyd related to the forest industry while they toured the Pennsylvania Woodmobile on Monday, October 15, 2018.