Agricultural education increases across Ohio, WSU-LCPosted On: August 23, 2013
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Brandon Kern, director of state policy for the Ohio Farm Bureau, recently took a trip to Wooster, Ohio, to visit Ohio State’s Agricultural Technical Institute — the leader of two-year agriculture degrees. There, he saw firsthand the training and education students receive in their programs. In an effort to increase awareness of agricultural education and make similar resources available to students across Ohio, Kern made it a priority to find funding for these programs. And that’s exactly what’s happening for Wright State University’s Lake Campus.
Read more from Kern’s article and see how WSU-LC is incorporating agricultural education into their curriculum.