There's Something "Fishy" Happening at Holston

Scyphers, Sarah
November 2014
Agricultural Education Magazine;Nov/Dec2014, Vol. 87 Issue 3, p18
The article reports on the agriculture buildings at Holston High School in Damascus, Virginia, where noises of heaters for the greenhouses, livestock in neighboring fields, and the low hum of aerators at the new aquaculture facility. Topics discussed include aquaculture education through aquaculture programs, learning the techniques of harvest, fillet, and packaging of fish for selling it to customers, and practical training of the students.


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