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Pride Grant Restores Stream March 2011
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Students Helps Professor Restore Stream on Campus

Posted on Monday, March 07, 2011 [1:23 PM]

PRIDE Tree Planting March 2011

Student Khyati Patel of Fulton, Ky., left, student Brad Bilbro of Greenville, Ky.,
Assistant Professor of Biology Mike Bosela and student Hanna Moore of Morganfield,
Ky., discuss where to place an elderberry tree.

COLUMBIA, Ky. -- A group of Lindsey Wilson College students are helping an LWC professor restore a stream on the college's A.P. White Campus. The students are part of a plant propagation class taught by LWC Assistant Professor of Biology Mike Bosela.

In early March, the students and Bosela planted several trees and shrubs as part of a natural-stream restoration project that started last October on the A.P. White Campus.

The trees and shrubs were funded thanks to Eastern Kentucky PRIDE. Eastern Kentucky PRIDE -- which stands for Personal Responsibility In a Desirable Environment -- is a non-profit organization based in Somerset that promotes a cleaner environment in 38 Southern and Eastern Kentucky counties.

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