- Associated Press - Sunday, May 17, 2015

DURHAM, N.H. (AP) - High school students interested in agricultural science can take part in a weeklong summer camp at the University of New Hampshire.

Students will be learning about their local food system and how the process enables food to arrive on their plates. They also will be able to spend time canoeing on the Great Bay.

Campers will visit the UNH dairies, research farms and greenhouses operated by the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station, and learn about healthy eating and nutrition.

The camp offered by the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture is scheduled for Aug. 2-8 for students ages 15 to 17, and is open for registration.

The camp fee is $700.

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