B-W ag classes feature fish, aquaculture

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Pictured with the grow unit that is used in the B-W greenhouse management class are, from left to right, Ag Instructor Mrs. Michelle Kamm; class members: Payton Gilbertson John Jamieson, Jessica Moor; Lydia Staats, Business Manager at Future Farms who helped launch the program; and class member Alyssa Frye.

Agriculture classes at Baldwin-Woodville High School have added new classes to reflect the changing nature of the agriculture industry. One of the new ag class at B-W is aquaculture, or farming aquatic organisms in water; in B-W’s case it means fish farming and more specificially raising talipia. In addition, the Ag Department has a new…

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