Collegiate Agriculture Studies are Discussed on "In America" with James Earl Jones

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New segments serve to educate young students on opportunities in the industry.

The growth and changes in agriculture are an important part of sustaining life and providing food for generations. As new innovations in technology provide opportunities to change the way that plants are grown, students are discovering new techniques and skills that focus on the growth of the industry for the future.

"In America" with host James Earl Jones will discuss the skills and training that students receive in college agricultural studies. During the segment, viewers will see the ways that agriculture has changed and the latest technological advances that are designed to improve the agriculture industry.

Collegiate agriculture studies offer opportunities for students to learn about different topics associated with the growth of plants and food items. Students also sometime learn about agricultural ethics, science and even nutrition during their studies. By understanding the skills and training that is offered in a college program, it is possible to recognize the opportunities that are available in the future. College students have the change to learn about natural resources and the way that different tools or skills can impact the safety and management of vital plant-life.

"In America" is delivered to Public Television stations, but it is not distributed by or associated with PBS, APT, or any other organization.

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