Harlan County Farm Bureau educated local students on the importance forest fire prevention - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Harlan County Farm Bureau educated local students on the importance forest fire prevention

 

Harlan County Farm Burau partnered with Kentucky Division of Forestry to promote awareness for forest fire prevention. Kesley Baker, State Coordinator for Fire Wise, taught 5th - 8th graders at Green Hills Elementary about how to prevent forest fires. Bill Middleton, Forestry Chair of Harlan County Farm Bureau, coordinated the event.

 

Kesley Baker, State Coordinator for Fire Wise, addresses the students of Green Hills Elementary on fire prevention.

 

 

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