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Students spur local dialogue based on WSU bee study

Posted by | April 25, 2013
April 22, 2013 | WSU News

To bee or not to bee

PULLMAN, Wash. – Six Walla Walla High School students have been busily traversing the state this spring, carrying their message to local communities to set the seeds for growth – much like the alkali bees that are the subject of their presentation and a Washington State University study.

The students are part of a team participating in the national FFA (Future Farmers of America) organization’s Agricultural Issues Forum, with the state contest taking place at WSU on May 10.

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