“When I stepped foot in my community my objectives were clear and included teaching integrated science and starting a school 4-H club and enterprise garden. What I hadn't realized then was that I had an opportunity to do much more than that. I had the freedom to personalize my time as an AgriCorps member and create an impact in areas I felt were in need for my community. Sharing business models to students and local farmers in order to assist with enterprise projects, discussing and exchanging various intercropping methods with smallholder farmers, and shifting traditional teaching styles to incorporate experiential learning are a few instances that ultimately built my AgriCorps experience.” – John Romo, AgriCorps 14 (explorerjohn365.blogspot.com) ...

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