The donation of an industrial wood chipper by Bartlett Tree Experts to the Forest Management Technology program at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College was made official March 19 during a ceremony on the DSLCC Clifton Forge campus. The like-new chipper, refurbished by Bandit Industries, will be used by DSLCC forestry students to gain instruction in debris removal process associated with the practice of arboriculture. DSLCC will be launching a new course offering in the Associate in Applied Science Degree in Forest Management Technology with a Specialization in Arboriculture and Urban Forestry in the fall of 2020. Kneeling, from left: Adam Braaten, Bartlett's Roanoke area manager and a member of the Advisory Board for DSLCC's Forestry program; Rob Springer, Bartlett Safety Coordinator; and DSLCC students Zach Whitmore, Hunter Brown, Suzanne Ryan, and Michael Hinson. Standing, from left: DSLCC Forestry Instructor Billy Newman; DSLCC's mascot, the Roadrunner; DSLCC Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Ben Worth; Alan Jones, Bartlett Vice President and Division Manager; DSLCC students Jarrod Hix, Bailey Sanders, Tyler Jordan, Austin Angell, Dalton Harris, and Jarrett Taylor; DSLCC President Dr. John Rainone; and Forestry Program Head Scott Reigel. For more information contact Reigel at (540) 863-2894 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.