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Part 2: On the Road—and the River—with the Ecological Problem Solving Class

A man in a button-down shirt leads a group of students toward a center pivot irrigation system.

Agriculture, economics and aquariums—pieces of the puzzle To travel through southwestern Georgia is to travel through the state’s agricultural hub. As soon as the growing season begins, center pivot irrigation systems roll methodically through sprawling fields, looking like the world’s largest sprinklers. Farming is a physical presence there. By the time the Ecological Problem Solving […]