Big Spring Middle School FFA students and staff brought the Pennsylvania Farm Show to Newville last week as they celebrated local agriculture with the new virtual event that was altered due to the pandemic.

Though in-person exhibits, competitions, food samplings and food court delights, and field trips to the largest indoor agricultural exposition under one roof in the nation were canceled this year, that didn’t stop organizers from bringing agriculture to people’s homes through live-streamed educational presentations, and behind-the-scenes looks at different farms across the state.

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