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Monday, April 29th, the elementary students went to rooms to explore four different stations talking about agriculture.

The first station was with Becky Bedwell explaining The History of Wheat where she showed videos and made flour.

The second station was Kim Nault and Britney McClure teaching about The Life Cycle of Cotton. They also had a tote of two baby ducks and one baby chicken for the students to look at.

The third station was Sarah Hauser and Sarah Jones doing a craft and learning about Stalks of Wheat.

The final station was Joy Rhodes teaching the History of Cotton, and how it is produced.

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