During Spring Break, an unusual package arrived in the mail. It was a shoe-box sized parcel, with several air holes on each side. It filled the post office with a surprising amount of noise for its size. Chirping to be precise. That chirping heralded the beginning of a Spring project and an exciting new partnership.
In February of this year, the Waldo County Technical Center FFA chapter, in partnership Unity’s Collegiate FFA, was awarded a grant to complete a collaborative project called “Pastured Poultry for Food Security.”
The support for this project comes from the National FFA Organization’s Food For All grant, which is funded by Farmers Feeding the World and the Howard G. Buffet Foundation as part of the FFA’s ongoing commitment to service learning as a means of both developing future farmers and positively impacting communities. (Learn more about the FFA’s Living 2 Serve program here.)
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