Looking Back At A Successful year For Ag In The Classroom

The Ag In the Classroom Book Barn

The Bond County AG in the Classroom program has been very successful. It is designed to educate children about the importance of agriculture in their lives.

Click below to hear Emily Hartmann, manager of the program, tell WGEL about the past year’s activities:

Hartmann praised the work of the program’s education coordinator, Lori Albert, and said support of area businesses and individuals is crucial. Click below to hear more:

This is the 11th year for the AG in the Classroom program.
The book barn can be seen at many local events. It provides information about agriculture, wildlife and conservation. The book barn will be at the upcoming Bond County Fair.

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