This past Thursday, several Sewanee students visited the headquarters of Louisiana-Pacific in Nashville and were also invited to see presentations by LP administrators and natural resource professionals from around the state. After touring the LP offices in downtown Nashville, the group was taken to the LP suite at Nissan Field for a tour and then spent the rest of the evening dining at the George Jones Museum. Several professional members from the Society of American Foresters also came to the event to meet with the students. Alex Butler (C'16), Hannah Glaw (C'16), Jordan Johnson (C'16), John Fisher (C'16), Gabrielle Marion (C'16), James Wildasin (C'16), Brody Roberts (C'17), Logan Stockton (C'17) and Frazier Devaney (C'17) participated as did Forestry and Geology professor Ken Smith and lab supervisor Nicole Nunley. Dow Corning's Rance Frye and LP's David Hudnall organized the event and Sewanee alumnus and current LP employee Doug Rodman also attended.