Harlan County Celebrates National Ag Week - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Harlan County Celebrates National Ag Week

 

Harlan County Farm Bureau celebrated National Agriculture Week by reading a book ”Zinnia’s Flower Garden” by Monica Wellington to the Harlan Elementary second grade class. Nola Sizemore, Women’s Chair, read the book to the class. Nathan Boggs, Harlan County Secretary and Young Farmer Chair, talked with the class about the importance of honey bees and pollination.  

 

 

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