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NYC STUDENTS TURNING TO AGRICULTURE

The next generation of agriculturalists may just come from the nation’s biggest city. Some 600 Queens, New York public school students are now enrolled in John Bowne High School’s four-year agriculture program. Other schools across the city’s five boroughs have similar programs, which allow students to follow ordinary curriculum, but also teach the building blocks of careers in agriculture. (NPR’s The Salt)

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