Agri-Business and Energy Week programs have been combined to expose more youth to both career pathways. Students are divided into companies responsible for answering an Request for Proposal (RFP) to build an innovative and energy sustainable vertically integrated corporate farm.
Teams are challenged to answer the question—how will we feed nine billion people by 2050?
Students learn about the top ten food commodities in our state including dairy, potatoes, apples, hay, and wheat.
Activities engage students in energy consumption, conservation, and how it is generated through sun and wind.
The students visit Anderson Hay to learn more about production facilities and quality control.