Recently Kathy Heindl  participated in yet another community service.  This time she traveled to Minnesota to assist in a giant tree planting project in the Chippewa National Forest.  She learned about reforesting and how you have to cover each and every tree top to keep the deer away.  Kathy, along with other volunteers,  planted 4000 trees.   If you are interested in just  how to do it, Kathy has the answers.
Kathy and U of M students planting trees.
Kathy, with her dibble stick.
One of Kathy's trees.  Maybe she will go back to visit it!
The Kenai River Rotarians are proud to haveKathy as a member of the club and thank her for another great project.