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Agroinnovations #73: Felder School Farm


This episode we welcome Ragan Sutterfeld of Felder School Farm, a school farm located in Little Rock Arkansas that is pioneering the way to get agriculture into our country’s schools. Topics of discussion include barriers to adoption, the agricultural calendar vs. the educational calendar, and agriculture in education.

This idea can be summarized in five words: Turn the Schools into Farms. Now, let’s go out there and make it a reality.

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