Clay-Battelle ag students building a mini greenhouse 167

CORE — Students at Clay-Battelle High School have the opportunity to learn much more than math, science and other traditional subjects.

Kent Saul, vocational agricultural teacher, offers a range of classes relating to that subject, including science of agriculture and advanced agriculture.

Each year, his students work on a variety of projects that involve welding, gardening, power tools, curing and smoking meat, and raising fish.

One project his students are working on is the construction of an 8-by-10-foot greenhouse.

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