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Area conservation students take honors in state competition

Among the Environmental Conservation & Forestry students competing in the statewide conservation competition were (left to right): Todd Colomb, Ethan Frasier, Chris Hayes, Ryan Trainor, Brittany Smith, Jordan Clark, Drew Caprod, Nick Normile, and Taylor Colomb.

Among the Environmental Conservation & Forestry students competing in the statewide conservation competition were (left to right): Todd Colomb, Ethan Frasier, Chris Hayes, Ryan Trainor, Brittany Smith, Jordan Clark, Drew Caprod, Nick Normile, and Taylor Colomb.

— Several students from northern Warren County took honors in a statewide conservation competition held May 16 at SUNY Cobleskill.

A total of 471 students from around the state competed in events, which required skills related to the Environmental Conservation & Forestry curriculum, taught at the Southern Adirondack Education Center in Hudson Falls and around the state.

The first place winners were: Brittany Smith from Lake George in the Women’s Log Toss, Jordan Clark from Lake George for Tree Scaling, and Ethan Frasier from North Warren for Compass and Pace.

Brittany Smith from Lake George placed second in the Tree Scaling competition.

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