Teachers Rebecca Russell, right, and Carrie Davis, second from right, talked to a class last week about plant identification at Locust Trace  AgriScience Farm. The $18 million, 80-acre facility opened in August with the start of the new year for Fayette County Public Schools.
Teachers Rebecca Russell, right, and Carrie Davis, second from right, talked to a class last week about plant identification at Locust Trace AgriScience Farm. The $18 million, 80-acre facility opened in August with the start of the new year for Fayette County Public Schools.
Teachers Rebecca Russell, right, and Carrie Davis, second from right, talked to a class last week about plant identification at Locust Trace AgriScience Farm. The $18 million, 80-acre facility opened in August with the start of the new year for Fayette County Public Schools.

Locust Trace farm offers Fayette students a new learning experience

September 28, 2011 12:00 AM

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