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Growing again: KSD turns green space into farmland again after 40 years

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Above, Tyler Watts, left, and William Cissell hoe the soon-to-be potato field on the campus of the Kentucky School for the Deaf. Watts is a graduate and past president of the school’s chapter of the Future Farmers of America. Cissell is a current member. At right, Jay Hall, director of agriculture education and outreach for the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, right, takes a photo of students and FFA members in front of the field.

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It’s been about 40 years since a student worked the farmland at Kentucky School for the Deaf, but the land will soon be productive again .

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Above, Tyler Watts, left, and William Cissell hoe the soon-to-be potato field on the campus of the Kentucky School for the Deaf. Watts is a graduate and past president of the school’s chapter of the Future Farmers of America. Cissell is a current member. At right, Jay Hall, director of agriculture education and outreach for the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, right, takes a photo of students and FFA members in front of the field.