Students are natural-born farmers – having fun dispersing cover crop seed

Can today’s high school students enjoy farming?  Might they really care about conservation and the state of our local soil quality – if you’re at a workshop with Dave Robison from Cisco Seed (and their biology teacher, Mr. Rob Walker) – the answer is … YES.

Check out the video we have of the students spreading seed on our You Tube channel.  You can link to it from our website.

Here is an image showing the results of their work.  (Video on Youtube channel)  (and those seeds are baby cover crop radish seeds).

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