Wade McCamey holds a sign designating his Warrensburg Road farm as a member of the American Tree Farm System, the nation’s oldest family forest certification program, for sustainability and management practices for water, wildlife, wood and recreation. From left are Gary Carter, FA2 with the local forestry office; Forestry Technician Brad Ball, Tennessee State Forester and Assistant Commissioner for Forestry David Arnold, Wade McCamey, Area Forester Neal White and District Forester for East Tennessee Darren Bailey. Some of McCamey’s growing young trees are visible on the hillside in the background. For more details, see Wednesday’s edition of Greene County’s Accent.