Teacher Workshop - Feeding the World: Science, Energy and Agriculture
August 6-7, 2014
A workshop for teachers where questions are answered: How do we feed 9 billion people? How does production agriculture affect water quality? What is the value of corn production? Why biofuels? How can Ag biotechnology contribute to food security? Soil and Sustainability: what is the link?
Taking place Aug. 6-7 at Greene County Career Center, participants will see demonstration plots, talk to experts and practice a variety of labs related to water, soil and plant science.
Each participant will receive over $300 worth of classroom science materials. Ashland graduate credit is available with on-site registration.
All expenses are paid including materials, food, one-night shared hotel room.
More information can be found here.