STONEWALL - If you’re walking along the trails at Oak Hammock Marsh this afternoon, you may notice something different – and you won’t need your binoculars to spot it. Today, Red River College’s students and instructors from the skilled trades programs will be on site to officially donate a new multi-purpose shed that they designed and built for the non-profit and its visitors.
The shed project was an assignment for students in the Level 3 Carpentry, Level 2 Roofing, and Pre-Employment Electrical programs as part of their academic learning goals. Twenty-four students led by four instructors worked on the structure over five weeks between classroom theory lessons and time in the lab. The windows and doors were supplied by Jeld-Wen and the delivery of the structure was donated by Greg’s Tilt Deck Service.
Red River College students and instructors will visit Oak Hammock Marsh this afternoon for the official donation and ribbon cutting celebration.