Tag: Camp Woodeden

Dangers on the Job

Last week during the OCAA Day of Service at Camp Woodeden, a raccoon family was found in an ash tree. The ash tree was dead, having succumbed to the emerald ash borer (EAB). It was hollow in the middle, having rotted out due to the insects’ voracious ravages. Deadly for the ash tree, but perfect for… Read more »

Day of Service: For the Kids

The CLC boys have been at it again. They went out and volunteered their time to help another group in need. With a little assistance from the same crews that joined the fun last year at the OCAA’s Day of Service at FSTV (namely Chatham Tree Services, Arbortech Professional Tree Care, and Norm’s Tree Service), the… Read more »