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Pleasant Hill FFA, CTE programs earning attention

 PHOTO PROVIDED Blake Richardson, who serves as treasurer among chapter officers, poses with his hog.

Planting ideas, teaching skills, and growing futures is what Pleasant Hill Agriculture CTE program and FFA chapter are pursuing in this Covid time. 

While students are learning virtually and often feeling trapped at home behind a computer, the agriculture program is challenging students to many at-home labs and skill development.

Pleasant Hill High School offers seven agricultural classes focusing on natural-resource and wildlife management, animal science, horticulture, business management, ag-related skills . . .

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