SWOS students get hands-on experience in farm work

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SWOS students get hands-on experience in farm work

Montezuma Land Conservancy program funded for three years
Some of the high school students from Southwest Open School participate in Montezuma Land Conservancy’s first agriculture immersion program.
Southwest Open School student Jacob Conner, a participant in the Montezuma Land Conservancy’s agricultural immersion program, helps connect an irrigation pipe with classmates.
Jay Loschert, outreach and education coordinator at the Montezuma Land Conservancy, assists student Christian Postiglione in connecting an irrigation pipe.
Southwest Open School student Jacob Conner, a participant in the Montezuma Land Conservancy’s agricultural immersion program.
Southwest Open School student Marissa Moore, a participant in the Montezuma Land Conservancy’s agricultural immersion program, checks an irrigation seal before reattaching the pipes.

SWOS students get hands-on experience in farm work

Some of the high school students from Southwest Open School participate in Montezuma Land Conservancy’s first agriculture immersion program.
Southwest Open School student Jacob Conner, a participant in the Montezuma Land Conservancy’s agricultural immersion program, helps connect an irrigation pipe with classmates.
Jay Loschert, outreach and education coordinator at the Montezuma Land Conservancy, assists student Christian Postiglione in connecting an irrigation pipe.
Southwest Open School student Jacob Conner, a participant in the Montezuma Land Conservancy’s agricultural immersion program.
Southwest Open School student Marissa Moore, a participant in the Montezuma Land Conservancy’s agricultural immersion program, checks an irrigation seal before reattaching the pipes.