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'Discovering Hydroponics In the Classroom For Beginners'

Are you interested in hydroponics in your classroom but feel you don't know enough or have enough funding to get started? This is the session for you! It will be an AGmazing journey of discovery for both you and your students.It is what project-based learning dreams are made of! No experts allowed- the less you know the better!

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Traci Curry
Email: agclass@nmflb.org
Speaker Order: 1
Author Order: 1
Person Type: Primary Presenter
State: New Mexico
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Main Phone: 505-238-2423
Biosketch: Traci Curry is the state contact and regional director for New Mexico Ag in the Classroom. She knew since the first grade that she wanted to be an educator. She had the pleasure of teaching first, second, and third graders for 11 years before coming to New Mexico Ag in the Classroom. She continues to work on inspiring students and teachers to rediscover their love of learning through agriculture.
Organization/Affiliation: NMAITC
Cheryl Butterfield
Email: agclass1@nmflb.org
Speaker Order: 2
Author Order: 1
Person Type: Presenter 2
State: New Mexico
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Main Phone: 575.799.0102
Biosketch: Cheryl Butterfield joined New Mexico Ag In The Classroom in 2014, but that was not the beginning of her involvement in agriculture education. She coordinated agriculture education tours for the general public and school groups at the New Mexico State Fair and Eastern New Mexico State Fair for a combined 19 years. Cheryl grew up in northeastern New Mexico in a farming and ranching family. She graduated from New Mexico State University with a Bachelor's in Agriculture Economics and a Master's in Home Economics. Cheryl spent 20 years with the New Mexico Cooperative Extension Service working in 4-H, agriculture and nutrition. She also taught middle school at Ft. Sumner Municipal schools.
Organization/Affiliation: NM Ag in the Classroom