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Spring 2022 Newsletter

May 3rd, 2022, AgriCorps

The Case for SBAE In a powerful article featured in The Agricultural Education Magazine, JackElliot, Professor and Senior Scientist at the Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture, makes a stirring case for the necessity of school-based agricultural education to be part of the development of the African continent as population outpaces job creation. “Investment in education […]

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RYAN TOMLIN: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

August 25th, 2021, AgriCorps

Returned AgriCorps Fellow: Ryan Tomlin Class: 4 (2017-2018) Placement: Mensah Dawa, Eastern Region, Ghana What are you up to now? Tell us about your day-to-day duties. I am the IPM Supervisor and a PCA (Pest Control Advisor) for Duncan Family Farms, based in Goodyear, Arizona. Between our winter and summer farms, we grow 8,000 acres of […]

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Fellows Needed for Catholic Relief Services IAEFP Fellowship

July 9th, 2021, AgriCorps

The International Agricultural Education Fellowship Program (IAEFP) is a USDA funded program that provides opportunities for nine fellows to assist and support schools in Uganda to establish school-based agricultural education and youth extension programs. Participating schools receive classroom instruction, field demonstrations, entrepreneurship projects, and leadership development expertise provided by the fellows. IAEFP CRS (Catholic Relief […]

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