New UNH Summer Camp Teaches High School Students About Agricultural Science
New England area high schoolers who are interested in learning about agricultural science can attend a new summer camp offered by UNH College of Life Sciences and Agriculture. The camp runs from August 2-8, and participants must be between the ages of 15 and 17. This camp will educate students about agriculture and its relationship to the natural and human-impacted environment . “Our goal is to expose high school students to the exciting worlds of agricultural and environmental sciences. Students will learn a great deal about their local food system and what processes are in place that enable food to arrive to their plates each day,” says Andrew Ogden, a horticulture expert at UNH and organizer of the camp.
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