Proposed land swap would create FFA lab
January 6, 2022
Out of a desire to give students more hands-on experience with agriculture and livestock, Sweetwater County School District No. 2 is hoping to swap land with the city in order to build barns for Green River High School’s Future Farmers of America program.
Liz Thoman, the agriculture and natural resources teacher at GRHS, spoke at Tuesday’s city council meeting “to chat about a proposed land swap to help benefit our high school and FFA program.”
Thoman is also the director of the FFA program at the high school. She explained FFA is a youth organization offering leadership training...
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