James Hardin, left, coordinator for career and technical education for Fayette County Public Schools, and James Martin, a Madison County-based veterinarian, talked recently about the facilities at the Locust Trace Agriscience Farm off Leestown Road.
James Hardin, left, coordinator for career and technical education for Fayette County Public Schools, and James Martin, a Madison County-based veterinarian, talked recently about the facilities at the Locust Trace Agriscience Farm off Leestown Road. Pablo Alcala | Staff
James Hardin, left, coordinator for career and technical education for Fayette County Public Schools, and James Martin, a Madison County-based veterinarian, talked recently about the facilities at the Locust Trace Agriscience Farm off Leestown Road. Pablo Alcala | Staff

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