CELINA – Coffee, cashews, chocolate, sugar cane, salt…….Panama.
Agriculture is an international industry that connects all of us. Students from the agriculture program at Wright State University Lake Campus just recently embarked on an agricultural adventure to the Central American country of Panama. During the study abroad trip students traveled through the Panama Canal and visited pineapple, poultry, coffee, horse, cashew, sugar cane, salt, dairy and various other farming operations in the country.
“It was truly an experience that will last a lifetime and should be shared with all,” said organizers.
The agriculture students would like to invite the community, businesses and prospective students to the Wright State University Lake Campus on Thursday, March 24 to hear about their Panamanian agricultural adventure. The presentation will start at 5:45 p.m. in room 154.
Come early that night and attend the Wright State University-Lake Campus Spring Open House from 4-6 p.m.
Feel free to show up or email Greg McGlinch at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions pertaining to the Panamanian Agriculture presentation. Details on the Lake Campus Open House can be found at http://lake.wright.edu/admissions/open-house.
“We hope to see you there and listen in on this amazing agricultural experience.”