Food and Agricultural Sciences at Children’s Day School, San Francisco

Author :: icultiver         Posted on :: September 13, 2015

Introduction to Intestine, wild ancestor of modern day corn

A new program, Food and Agricultural Science, developed by Garnish Shanna and Analise Hedi (teacher) at Children’s Day School, brings current scientific content to middle and high school classrooms. In this class, Garnish discussed domestication of corn and introduced middle school students to Interpose, the wild ancestor of corn.

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