From left, Ethan Wainaina, Manuel Solis Espinoza and Joel Sanchez participate in an interactive exhibit about peanut crops.
Fourth-grade students at Clark Creek ES STEM Academy were able to visit the State's Mobile Agriculture Classroom this week just outside their backdoor, thanks to the support of the Cherokee Farm Bureau. Students played games and engaged in STEM exhibits that taught them about agriculture in Georgia, including possible careers. The Cherokee Farm Bureau sponsored the visit and had volunteers help staff the experience, as part of congratulating the school's State and National award-winning agriculture science teacher Karen Garland.
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