BOCES spearheads Greenhouse Cold Crop Project

NORWICH – The DCMO BOCES Conservation Program is currently spearheading a greenhouse cold crop project under the facilitation of Tarra Barnhart, academic science integration teacher. Barnhart and three Conservation students, Nevin Cutting from Sidney Central School and Lucas Pikul and Adam Simpkin, both students from Bainbridge-Guilford Central School, visited Page’s Seed Company in Greene to meet with CEO/President Lynda Granger. Page’s Seed gave a tour of the facility and highlighted their manufacturing process, while also donating seed to the BOCES greenhouse program.

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