C. A. Ray
Grant County Herald
Over a dozen West Central Area FFA/Ag supporters listened to advisors Eric Sawatzke and Ben Johnson talk about where the program is now, where they want to go in the future, and how to get there, at a WCA Ag Vision meeting last Tuesday.
“We set out seven years ago to reinvigorate WCA FFA, and we have done that,” Sawatzke said. “I guess we are good at growing things.”
Sawatzke might have been talking about the program’s 140 plus active members, the big new greenhouse they have established to provide fresh produce to the school, and local food shelves, or the meat processing trailer they are adding so students can learn that aspect of food production.
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