Gain Knowledge, Develop a Skill, Start a Hobby, Have some fun!
This course is designed to enlighten students about the ultimate origins of the food we eat. We will begin by visiting the ASU farm and conclude by discussing where our food comes from in the classroom. Key concepts to be discussed are: agriculture, photosynthesis, livestock, and crops. Students will have the opportunity to interact with livestock and plant seeds; examine the anatomy of a seed; and label the part of plants.
When: Saturday, October 20
Time: 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Where: ASUJ- Jonesboro, Start in Smith Building, Room 409 (& ASU-Farm)
Cost: $40.00 for one child OR $60.00 for two children (in the same household)
Instructor: Jacob Sawyer
Note: This activity is a non-academic, non-degree seeking workshop offered as a community outreach initiative and is not affiliated with the university’s degree credit programs. This class is not endorsed by the College of Fine Arts.