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Preschoolers and Kindergartners Plant Snap Peas

WELC students enjoy planting snap peas in their school planting beds

Wayne County Extension specialists teach students to plant snap pea seed in the outdoor classroom bed at Walker Early Learning Center. Agriculture specialist Terry Bertram told the youngsters that it would take 6-8 weeks to harvest the Snap Peas. He said they would eat the fresh, crunchy peas that have all kinds of vitamins and are very health. He explained that the vitamins in them are good for our hair and low in calories.

Terry Bertram

Agriculture Extension Specialist Terry Bertram

WELC Students

Walker Early Learning Center Students dig into the soil

Edith Hawes

Preschooler Edith Hawes gets a high-five from Sherry Coffey, 4-H Program Assistant

Cody Vaughn

FFA Senior Cody Vaughn assists students handing out cups with seeds to plant in their school planting beds

Jasmine Prince and Alec Hooves

Kindergarten students Jasmine Prince and Alec Hoover learn how to plant seeds in their classroom garden with FFA Member Gage Tucker





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