Wednesday, May 2, 2012
A recent article published in the Scripps News discussed students who were interested in pursing a career in agriculture because of programming at their schools. An Anderson County student told reporters that she is settled on working with cattle since she enrolled in agriculture classes in high school and her membership with FFA (Future Farmers of America).
The SC Farm to School program is a key component in encouraging students to continue their studies in agriculture so they can be a part of the next farming generation. To learn more about the Farm to School program, visit their website or visit their facebook or twitter pages. There is also a great documentary on the program.