Clayton State's yearly
Tree Campus USA Service Learning Project will be held at Clayton State -- East on
Friday, Oct. 24, at 2 p.m.
We will be planting larger, two-inch caliper
trees, a project that will involve staff, faculty and students.The Service Learning Project is one of the Tree Campus USA standards that has to be completed this year to earn the 2014 Tree Campus USA recognition for Clayton State. Student volunteers are still needed for the Service Learning Project. Contact Justin Brooks at email@example.com if you are interested in volunteering.
Last year, the Service Learning Project took place at Reynold’s Nature Preserve and consisted of information about native trees of Georgia, invasive plants and many informational booths related to trees and ecology.
The trees that will be planted at this year's Service Learning Project are:
· Southern Sugar Maple ‘Harvest Moon’
· Shellbark Hickory
· Deodar Cedar
· Dawn Redwood
· Shumard Oak
· American Beech
· Black Walnut
· Golden Rain Tree
· Osage Orange ‘White Shield’
· Fastigiate Oak ‘Crimson Spire’