Siena Rollin, 14, of the Riverdale Future Farmers of America chapter washes her cow, Cinder, while getting her ready for the livestock weigh-in during the 2016 Caruthers District Fair. FFA and other high school technical education programs were removed from the chopping block in a Friday email by state Agriculture Secretary Karen Ross.
Siena Rollin, 14, of the Riverdale Future Farmers of America chapter washes her cow, Cinder, while getting her ready for the livestock weigh-in during the 2016 Caruthers District Fair. FFA and other high school technical education programs were removed from the chopping block in a Friday email by state Agriculture Secretary Karen Ross. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file
Siena Rollin, 14, of the Riverdale Future Farmers of America chapter washes her cow, Cinder, while getting her ready for the livestock weigh-in during the 2016 Caruthers District Fair. FFA and other high school technical education programs were removed from the chopping block in a Friday email by state Agriculture Secretary Karen Ross. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file

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