New tools for BV students


Friday, March 25, was an exciting day for the Buckeye Valley-DACC agricultural science program, according to Alex Zimmer, agricultural science instructor at Buckeye Valley High School. Students were thrilled, he said, to take delivery of a new Ag Leader Technology guidance system, display and spatial management software suite from Sunrise Cooperative. These items, in conjunction with the donation of three computers, courtesy of Richwood Bank, are helping to reshape the Delaware County program to better align with the current direction of agriculture, both in Ohio and nationally, he said. As students gain hands-on experiences in the classroom and at the Buckeye Valley land lab, they will be able to experience more up-to-date instruction on the many technologies used within agriculture, and the ways these advances can aid farmers, consumers and the environment. Matt Lutz from Sunrise Cooperative spent time with students, giving them an overview of the new equipment, giving pointers on installation, and speaking on careers in high-tech agriculture.

Friday, March 25, was an exciting day for the Buckeye Valley-DACC agricultural science program, according to Alex Zimmer, agricultural science instructor at Buckeye Valley High School. Students were thrilled, he said, to take delivery of a new Ag Leader Technology guidance system, display and spatial management software suite from Sunrise Cooperative. These items, in conjunction with the donation of three computers, courtesy of Richwood Bank, are helping to reshape the Delaware County program to better align with the current direction of agriculture, both in Ohio and nationally, he said. As students gain hands-on experiences in the classroom and at the Buckeye Valley land lab, they will be able to experience more up-to-date instruction on the many technologies used within agriculture, and the ways these advances can aid farmers, consumers and the environment. Matt Lutz from Sunrise Cooperative spent time with students, giving them an overview of the new equipment, giving pointers on installation, and speaking on careers in high-tech agriculture.


Friday, March 25, was an exciting day for the Buckeye Valley-DACC agricultural science program, according to Alex Zimmer, agricultural science instructor at Buckeye Valley High School. Students were thrilled, he said, to take delivery of a new Ag Leader Technology guidance system, display and spatial management software suite from Sunrise Cooperative. These items, in conjunction with the donation of three computers, courtesy of Richwood Bank, are helping to reshape the Delaware County program to better align with the current direction of agriculture, both in Ohio and nationally, he said. As students gain hands-on experiences in the classroom and at the Buckeye Valley land lab, they will be able to experience more up-to-date instruction on the many technologies used within agriculture, and the ways these advances can aid farmers, consumers and the environment. Matt Lutz from Sunrise Cooperative spent time with students, giving them an overview of the new equipment, giving pointers on installation, and speaking on careers in high-tech agriculture.

Friday, March 25, was an exciting day for the Buckeye Valley-DACC agricultural science program, according to Alex Zimmer, agricultural science instructor at Buckeye Valley High School. Students were thrilled, he said, to take delivery of a new Ag Leader Technology guidance system, display and spatial management software suite from Sunrise Cooperative. These items, in conjunction with the donation of three computers, courtesy of Richwood Bank, are helping to reshape the Delaware County program to better align with the current direction of agriculture, both in Ohio and nationally, he said. As students gain hands-on experiences in the classroom and at the Buckeye Valley land lab, they will be able to experience more up-to-date instruction on the many technologies used within agriculture, and the ways these advances can aid farmers, consumers and the environment. Matt Lutz from Sunrise Cooperative spent time with students, giving them an overview of the new equipment, giving pointers on installation, and speaking on careers in high-tech agriculture.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/03/web1_IMG_1890.jpgFriday, March 25, was an exciting day for the Buckeye Valley-DACC agricultural science program, according to Alex Zimmer, agricultural science instructor at Buckeye Valley High School. Students were thrilled, he said, to take delivery of a new Ag Leader Technology guidance system, display and spatial management software suite from Sunrise Cooperative. These items, in conjunction with the donation of three computers, courtesy of Richwood Bank, are helping to reshape the Delaware County program to better align with the current direction of agriculture, both in Ohio and nationally, he said. As students gain hands-on experiences in the classroom and at the Buckeye Valley land lab, they will be able to experience more up-to-date instruction on the many technologies used within agriculture, and the ways these advances can aid farmers, consumers and the environment. Matt Lutz from Sunrise Cooperative spent time with students, giving them an overview of the new equipment, giving pointers on installation, and speaking on careers in high-tech agriculture.