Summer Ag Institute Educates the Educators
Attendees of this year’s Summer Ag Institute toured school garden projects at two
elementary schools; visited a creamery to see how cheese is made; stopped by a lavender
farm and ate lunch at an Amish and Mennonite-inspired restaurant and artists community.
They also learned about soils, pests, mapmaking and renewable energy. Most of all, these
teachers discovered that learning about agriculture is both important and fun!
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