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  • The 12th annual Farm & Nutrition Day draws thousands of Fresno County third graders

    More than 4,000 Fresno County third-grade students, teachers and chaperones from 38 different schools from 15 districts visited the Big Fresno Fair to learn about how their food is grown, the importance of eating healthy foods and the diverse career opportunities in agriculture.

The 12th annual Farm & Nutrition Day draws thousands of Fresno County third graders

More than 4,000 Fresno County third-grade students, teachers and chaperones from 38 different schools from 15 districts visited the Big Fresno Fair to learn about how their food is grown, the importance of eating healthy foods and the diverse career opportunities in agriculture.
John Walker The Fresno Bee