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19 Jun

(Dominion Post) While children can often be seen digging through the muck for critters and running through the forest, an older group of campers did that Tuesday, at the WVU Forest.

Teachers from across the state gathered at the forest to cap the two-day Ag in the Classroom Summer Institute. While there, teachers got a crash course on small critters that can be found, how to identify leaves and which trees are common in West Virginia.

WVU’s Extension Service runs the institute. Ag in the Classroom tries to provide educators with agricultural literacy and activities they can then use with their students.

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