1998 Photos

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    The dining hall at Jackson's Mill. A replica of Mt. Vernon.
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    "Sighting in" on a winning score at the compass contest.
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    What you don't see outside, you'll likely see inside in tree ID.
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    The insect and disease samples are a challenge even for the best.
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    "I was sure they told us no trees over 4 logs in height."
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    "Let me give you a hint.  It's a Redbud with a capital 'R'."
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    There's time to kick back, even during the competition.
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    "These guys have it nailed...wonder if it's pizza at lunch?"
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    Forest Evaluation is the only team event during the contest.
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    Forest Evaluation draws on everything you have learned.
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    Discover forgotten muscles at the Forest Skills competition.
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    Always stand on the 'uphill' side of the tree when measuring DBH.
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    Ken Reeves and Peter Coutu talk before the Awards Banquet.
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    Ms. Gillian Stoodley receives the Joe Yeager Leadership Award.
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    And the winner is...Alabama!  Congratulations to you all.
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    Future Invitational contestant Sammy Coutu takes a break with dad, Pete, from grading contest score sheets.

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