During the groundbreaking last September for Locust Trace Agriscience Farm, Kristian Little, a student at Eastside Technical Center and Dunbar High School, petted one of the horses on hand.
During the groundbreaking last September for Locust Trace Agriscience Farm, Kristian Little, a student at Eastside Technical Center and Dunbar High School, petted one of the horses on hand.
During the groundbreaking last September for Locust Trace Agriscience Farm, Kristian Little, a student at Eastside Technical Center and Dunbar High School, petted one of the horses on hand.

New Fayette agriscience school inundated with interest from students, offers of livestock

February 16, 2011 12:00 AM

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