National Agricultural Week celebrated


Photo submitted Celebrating National Agricultural Week, Harlan County Farm Bureau board member Nola Sizemore read the book “Zinnia’s Flower Garden” by Monica Wellington to encourage Jennifer Morton’s second-grade class at Harlan Elementary School to plant flower and vegetable gardens at their homes. HCFB secretary and Young Farmers chair Nathan Boggs talked about the importance of honey bees and pollination from flower gardens in order to make honey. The event is held each year to reflect on traditions and advancements made by the U.S. and Kentucky’s agriculture industry.


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Celebrating National Agricultural Week, Harlan County Farm Bureau board member Nola Sizemore read the book “Zinnia’s Flower Garden” by Monica Wellington to encourage Jennifer Morton’s second-grade class at Harlan Elementary School to plant flower and vegetable gardens at their homes. HCFB secretary and Young Farmers chair Nathan Boggs talked about the importance of honey bees and pollination from flower gardens in order to make honey. The event is held each year to reflect on traditions and advancements made by the U.S. and Kentucky’s agriculture industry.

Photo submitted Celebrating National Agricultural Week, Harlan County Farm Bureau board member Nola Sizemore read the book “Zinnia’s Flower Garden” by Monica Wellington to encourage Jennifer Morton’s second-grade class at Harlan Elementary School to plant flower and vegetable gardens at their homes. HCFB secretary and Young Farmers chair Nathan Boggs talked about the importance of honey bees and pollination from flower gardens in order to make honey. The event is held each year to reflect on traditions and advancements made by the U.S. and Kentucky’s agriculture industry.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Harlan-Reading.jpgPhoto submitted Celebrating National Agricultural Week, Harlan County Farm Bureau board member Nola Sizemore read the book “Zinnia’s Flower Garden” by Monica Wellington to encourage Jennifer Morton’s second-grade class at Harlan Elementary School to plant flower and vegetable gardens at their homes. HCFB secretary and Young Farmers chair Nathan Boggs talked about the importance of honey bees and pollination from flower gardens in order to make honey. The event is held each year to reflect on traditions and advancements made by the U.S. and Kentucky’s agriculture industry.
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