Students Plant, Sell Deer Corn to Benefit Wounded Warriors

CLEMSON — Freedom is earned by those who aren’t afraid to give a lot of blood, sweat and tears. Some Clemson students are giving a little of their own sweat to help repay America’s veterans.

Michael Kule from Aiken, Jamie Lanham from Eastover and Fil Mabry and Joey McCorkle from Columbia are senior agricultural mechanization and business students who are using a class project to raise money for wounded veterans. The students grew a 5-acre plot of corn in The Bottoms on Clemson’s campus and are selling it for deer corn. Proceeds will go to the Wounded Warrior Project.

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