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High school students are invited on a two-day trip to Columbus to explore career options in agriculture, food, and environmental sciences. Carroll, Harrison, Jefferson and Tuscarawas County Farm Bureaus and Indian Valley and Carrollton FFA Chapters are hosting this trip.
The agenda is being finalized, but the following are possible stops: The Ohio State University, Select Sires, Ohio Department of Agriculture, Ohio Farm Bureau headquarters, Coshocton Grain, Three Rivers Energy, Abbott Nutrition, Bell Swine Farm, and Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
We will be traveling by chartered bus, staying at a Comfort Inn and visiting
Magic Mountain. The only cost for this two-day event is a $10 fee to help with
expenses. Each participant will receive a complimentary T-shirt in addition to
free meals and lodging.
HOW CAN YOU RESERVE A SEAT ON THE BUS?
- Save the date – June 5 and 6
- Fill out an application and mail it to: Tuscarawas/Carroll County Farm
Bureau, 2146 East High Ave., New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663
The application must be received by April 15, 2019.
- Wait for a confirmation letter. Letters will be sent by May 1, 2019.
If you have additional questions, please contact the Farm Bureau office at
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