Karrie Perrin, a teacher at Toccoa Elementary School, Georgia, recently attended the 2014 National Ag in the Classroom Conference in Hershey, PA, which was hosted by the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau.
Perrin is planting wheat seeds in a session called "Wheat from Soil to Sandwich".
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