Tayamentasachta garden gets new fence

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot
A crew from Lumber Direct in Greencastle, from left, Scott White, Jerry Fleming, Devin Lindsay and William White, worked around storms and humid weather last week to construct a new fence for the student garden at the Tayamentasachta Environmental Center.

A crew from Lumber Direct in Greencastle, Scott White, Jerry Fleming, Devin Lindsay and William White, worked around storms and humid weather last week to construct a new fence for the student garden at the Tayamentasachta Environmental Center.

The Greencastle-Antrim School District had a grant for the materials and Mike and Misty Stenger decided that Lumber Direct would donate the labor for the $3,500 project.

“It’s a great educational facility,” said Misty.

“Our kids used it. We are thankful for the support the community gives us and we want to return that service and give back to the community.”

The new fence replaces one that had shown its age and is also designed to keep nibbling rabbits at bay.