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Under blue skies and perfect early June weather conditions, 24 high school students gathered in southern Kentucky to explore a future in natural resources—and in the process, had a little fun, got a little dirty and learned a lot.

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Kentucky’s rich woodlands can provide their owners with many advantages, but proper management is important to be able to reap all the benefits. Woodland owners who are wondering how to get the most from their property can benefit from attending one of three short courses being offered around the state this summer by the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service.

Two white oaks at Maxwell Place on the UK campus, trees that probably have witnessed much of the campus history, have been adopted so others will know their story.

Ramaswamy will give a seminar titled, "Perfect Storm to Nutritional Security," Friday morning in the college's Cameron Williams Hall in the Plant Sciences Building.

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