4th graders go to deer camp

As part of the Clare Primary Science program, 24 fourth graders dressed up in their “hunter’s orange and red and cammo outfits and came to school to “learn all about being good stewards of the land and local conservation and habitat practices, wildlife management and about invasive diseases that affect the Michigan deer herd.

The special morning included a “Hunter’s Breakfast;” land and deer stewardship at the W.C. Cornwell Ranch by Carolyn Bay; information on Chronic Wasting Disease in the Michigan herd by Retired Sheriff Jeff Goyt; and music by Tom Dillard professional bigpiper.

Shown here is the presentation by Carolyn Bay of the Cornwell Ranch.