Bruce McPheron, Dean of The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, took some time Monday afternoon to take a quick look at agriculture’s past and future in Knox County. Looking at an original early semi-automatic washing machine in the Knox County Agricultural Museum are, from left, Kiwanis Agriculture Committee chairman David Greer, McPheron and original Knox County Agricultural Museum committee member Richard Morey.

Alan Reed/News Bruce McPheron, Dean of The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, took some time Monday afternoon to take a quick look at agriculture’s past and future in Knox County. Looking at an original early semi-automatic washing machine in the Knox County Agricultural Museum are, from left, Kiwanis Agriculture Committee chairman David Greer, McPheron and original Knox County Agricultural Museum committee member Richard Morey. Buy Now

 


MOUNT VERNON — The success of agricultural education in Ohio and the path it is taking rang loud and clear Monday afternoon when Bruce McPheron, Dean of The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, made his way through Knox County.

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