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School leaders excited for future of local agriculture programming

The future of agriculture education in Kewaunee County thanks to your feedback earlier this month. School and agriculture leaders met earlier this month to discuss how agriculture education can change to fit the changing needs of the industry. Luxemburg-Casco and Kewaunee School Districts have been able to build dedicated structures in recent years for their agricultural programs. Agricultural business owners, agri-education teachers and school leaders, FFA members and alums, current students, parents, and area residents met at Luxemburg-Casco High School on December 3rd to discuss where to go next. Kewaunee School District Superintendent Scott Fritz believes it was an important discussion to have kids involved in the industry and close to home while doing it.

Agriculture is vital in Kewaunee County, with an economic impact of $80 million and approximately 2,300 jobs tied to the industry.

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