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The Clarke siblings from Millington, Md., cleaned up at this year’s Kent County Fair swine show with multiple wins.
Agriculture educator Jami Willard enjoys teaching Romulus Central School District students about the many facets of farming, community awareness and the local economy.
Skylar Peters, an Extension 4-H educator in Mifflin County, always knew she was interested in agribusiness, but her path to 4-H was full of unexpected turns.
While COVID-19 presented multiple challenges for teachers and students alike, this ag sciences teacher claims the switch to virtual learning also provided exciting new opportunities.
Cattails play an important role in Native American cultures throughout the country.
For college students, the virtual learning experience has been upended even more drastically, especially for hands-on majors in the agricultural field.
A Slippery Rock University professor has teamed up with a western Pennsylvania farmer to help her students understand how food is produced.
A Del Val ag student adapts to the challenge of online classes for "offline" studies.