Lexington Students Learn About Going Green

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Updated: 4/02/2012 6:06 pm
Locust Trace Agri-Science farm recently hosted their first Go Green And Local Sustainability Fair.

The school has been open less than a year, but this event gave the students an opportunity to show off all they have accomplished, and teach a little too.

"This is just another educational opportunity for our community to understand wind energy and photovoltic solar panels and why it's important to choose local produce instead of what's traveled thousands of miles," said Sara Tracy, community liaison.

At the fair, the LTAF students gave tours of their state of the art facility and did energy demonstrations for visitors. A few local businesses were also on hand to share their knowledge and expertise on recycling, gardening, fresh produce, and ways to save energy.

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