Sidebar: Snapshots of current agricultural literacy programs
AuthorsEllen L. Rilla
Daniel J. Desmond
Marc T. Braverman
Hilgardia 45(6):6-7. DOI:10.3733/ca.v045n06p6. November 1991.
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Site visits to selected schools provided snapshots of agricultural literacy programs across the state. Schools were chosen to represent a wide variety of situations.
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