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By Patty Armbrister
For The Courier 

Hinsdale FFA Students Study Sciences While Serving Community

 

Patty Armbrister / For The Courier

Jeremy Longtree (L) and Wesley Leatherberry are pictured in Hinsdale with willow cuttings and willow rooting hormone.

The Hinsdale FFA Chapter is restoring the Milk River bank near the community of Hinsdale.They are funded by the "Living to Serve: Environmental Grant," a grant that helps FFA chapters implement service-learning projects in their community. The south side of the Milk River bank toward the east side of the town is experiencing soil bank erosion due to the high water flooding events that have been taking place since 2010. The erosion is threatening several homes, and is most extreme in areas that do not have cottonwood trees or other natives trees along the bank. The trees' root system is muc...



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