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Community college trains students to become farmers in 2-year program

publication date: Jun 1, 2005
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In the heart of central North Carolina, there is a unique, two-year sustainable agriculture program where students can practice farming on campus at the program’s land lab. Central Carolina Community College (CCCC) started offering sustainable agriculture as an associate in applied science degree program in 2002, and since then it has become a harvest ground for future farmers interested in organic vegetable production.



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